Re: OFL license analysis
Frank Küster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In practice, this means that the version string displayed in the file
> log of a LaTeX run will be different, and that the user, or a developer
> of a package that uses "the work", has the possibility to check for the
> version and act accordingly; it does of course not mean that he must do
> such a check.
Also note that due to the way TeX works this can, in principle, be done
even without that. If you think your document should only be processed
with an unchanged version of foo.sty, you can look at every macro
provided *and*used*internally* by foo.sty and check whether it has been
changed. Having the version number available is just more convenient...
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