Re: ITP: tclexpat
Call me crazy but I'd think that modifications and distribution of
modifications would fall under the phrase "any purpose". IANAL though (and
nor do I wish to be ;).
On Fri, Jul 28, 2000 at 01:08:20PM +0200, Adrian Bunk <firstname.lastname@example.org> spake forth:
> On 27 Jul 2000, David N. Welton wrote:
> > tclExpat is a Tcl front-end to the expat XML parser. Here is the
> > license:
> > * Zveno Pty Ltd makes this software and associated documentation
> > * available free of charge for any purpose. You may make copies of
> > * the software but you must include all of this notice on any copy.
> > So it should go in main.
> It can't go to main because it doesn't seem to be DFSG free. The DFSG say:
> Derived Works
> The license must allow modifications and derived works, and must
> allow them to be distributed under the same terms as the license
> of the original software.
> I can't see where the licence you quoted allows modifications and derived
> > Ciao,
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