Re: Integrity of Source Code
Scripsit Joseph Carter <email@example.com>
> > > If the source code (not build parameters) are changed you are required to
> > > have the message popup with 'This is an UNOFFICIAL version of X. The
> > > official version can be obtained from Y.' - again for ~3 seconds.
> This is no different than the interactive execution copyright notice that
> the GPL mandates unless the upstream author opted not to place one. Of
> course, it is more annoying.
I would argue that there is a difference. The GPL interactive
copyright warning requirement explicitly applies only if the modified
program is interactive - thus it is legal to modify the program
for non-interactive environments.
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