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Re: [RFS] rocm-smi-lib/4.5.2-1~exp1 - copyright question

Hi Mo,

Thank you for the information!

M. Zhou, on 2022-02-16:
> On Wed, 2022-02-16 at 22:50 +0100, Étienne Mollier wrote:
> >         README.md
> >         python_smi_tools/README.md
> >         rocm_smi/docs/ROCm_SMI_Manual.pdf
> Is the source file for compiling that PDF file avaialble?
> If not, it has to be treated as binary block and excluded.

I begun to work on excluding all three files in doubt.  I think
we reproduce the PDF with doxygen and LaTeX, but the build
procedure inlines the README.md to build the documentation, so
this is causing a failure to build from source at the moment.

Note for information that uscan caught rocm-smi-lib 5.0.1 when
running the reimport of the original tar archive without the
affected files.

> In rocCLR there are also some tricky claims such as 
> "Trade secret of ATI Technologies, Inc."
> https://github.com/ROCm-Developer-Tools/ROCclr/blob/develop/device/gpu/gslbe/src/rt/inifile/inifile_parser.cpp#L22
> which seems like some kind of leftover. And we need to
> ask the upstream to remove the claims or we have to exclude the
> files.

Yes, I opened a github issue on rocm-smi-lib side [1].

[1]: https://github.com/RadeonOpenCompute/rocm_smi_lib/issues/97

Kind Regards,
Étienne Mollier <emollier@emlwks999.eu>
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