Re: APSL Hidden Nasty's
Jules Bean writes ("Re: APSL Hidden Nasty's"):
> There is a license.
> I quote from the book in my hands
> "Copyright (c) 1997,1996 O'Reilly and Associates, Inc. All rights
> Thats a license. The most restrictive around.
No, it's a copyright notice. It's precisely NOT any kind of licence.
You see `all rights reserved' ?
Copyright law makes it a civil offence to do certain things to a
copyrighted work without permission (called a licence) from the
copyright holder. Children can in most jurisdictions be held
responsible for civil offences they commit.