Re: Revised LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL)
>> Strings for other programs (think browser id-strings) must be
>> modifiable to anything at all. Strings strictly for human consumption
>> can be required to indicate that it is different.
The distinction seems rather vague as machines can read messages
originally intended for humans, and vice versa, however:
>Knowing just a wee bit of what LaTeX uses "identification strings"
>for, I think this refers to the "Hi, I'm package X, written by N.N"
>notes that go into the human-readable output (and log file).
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