Re: file name rules in licenses
> At some level, this type of requirement is unenforceable, isn't it? One
> can always name it "lsf" and create a wrapper "ls" that execs it. "lsf"
> satisfies the license by having a different name, and the wrapper is brand
> new code so not encumbered by someone else's copyright.
LPPL does not (unlike some other licences:-) insist that any derived code
is licenced in the same way, but it does state that any derived works,
apart from having different names, should be licenced with a licence
that forbids renaming back to the original.
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