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Re: Lxdoom, ability to package, copyright

On Mon, Sep 06, 1999 at 06:28:30AM -0400, Joe Drew wrote:
> Well, I mailed John Carmack already, and you say you will, so that's
> a couple, at least. I alerted him to the fact that id's license
> makes what's going on currently illegal.

Especially since it's specifically what he encouraged people to do with

> I just checked lxdoom's src directory. The only file that isn't
> (C) id is l_musserver.c, which is GPL. I don't think it's linked
> into the lxdoom binary, though - it is for the music server, and
> as far as I can see it's not referenced in the makefile.

It's not in xdoom's source which is what iD has to concern themselves

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