Re: Revised LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL)
Jeff Licquia <email@example.com> writes:
> Except that you can't make GPL code validate with the LPPL validator,
> since the GPL and LPPL are not compatible. So, since there's no danger
> that the code will be run through the validator and identify itself as
> "standard", the GPL satisfies 7a. So the GPL is a valid license to
> relicense LPPL code under.
> (At least, that's my understanding.)
If that's the intention it should probably be made explicit. I, at
least, would hesitate to rely on that if I wanted to incorporate some
LPPL code into my GPL project.
After all, maybe someday there will be a GPL implementation of latex
with its own set of files that are interoperable with standard latex.
Perhaps not intended to be used with standard latex, but they could
Jeremy Hankins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
PGP fingerprint: 748F 4D16 538E 75D6 8333 9E10 D212 B5ED 37D0 0A03