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Re: PDFlib license clarification request

It hasn't substantially changed since Aladdin's PS reader was put into 
non-free (gs-aladdin).

On Tue, 23 Jul 2002, Ardo van Rangelrooij wrote:

>I'm ITP'ing PDFlib which has an "Aladdin Free Public License".  The
>full text is available from 
>  http://www.pdflib.com/pdflib/aladdin-license.pdf
>which in short and non-legal terms comes down to
> - you may develop free software with PDFlib, provided you make all of your
>   own source code publicly available
> - you may develop software for your own use with PDFlib as long as you don't
>   sell it
> - you may redistribute PDFlib non-commercially
> - you may redistribute PDFlib on digital media for a fee if the complete
>   contents of the media are freely redistributable.
>I'm not so sure about the last two items.  They smell like non-free to me.
>I also intend to package the Perl module PDFlib (Debian poackage will be
>called 'libpdflib-perl') which has the same license as Perl itself.  This
>one has to go in contrib if PDFlib goes in non-free.
>The module Apache::AxKit::Language::AxPoint of the AxKit package and Perl
>module XML::Handler::AxPoint are dependent on that Perl module.  Am I right
>in thinking these latter two also have to go in contrib then?

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