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>>>>> "Mark" == Mark Wielaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Mark> Yes, the JDK License is scary. Especially the License that
Mark> comes with JDK 1.2. Clause 2 of that license says:
>> Software is confidential and copyrighted. Title to Software and
>> all associated intellectual property rights is retained by Sun
>> and/or its licensors. Except as specifically authorized in any
>> Supplemental License Terms, you may not make copies of
>> Software, other than a single copy of Software for archival
Mark> That means that unless Debian, its mirrors and other people
Mark> distributing Debian (non-free) CDs get an exception it
Mark> cannot be distributed via the ftp archive or on CD.
So we can't redistribute the blackdown version of jdk1.2, but
blackdown can? Do they have a special dispensation?
But we can redistribute the jre1.2, right? For my current needs, that
would work fine as I can use the jre and one of the free javac
implementations until we have a free jre.
If we can package the jre1.2, is anyone planning on doing it? If not,
I am volunteering.
Gene McCulley Voice: (407) 265-0772
email@example.com Fax: (407) 265-0773
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- From: Gene McCulley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: jdk1.2
- From: Mark Wielaard <email@example.com>