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"ext George Danchev" <danchev@spnet.net> writes:
>> Perhaps the usage is small enough that the code is not really a derivative
>> work of RFC3174.  If you're lucky.  If not, there's probably an alternate
>> SHA1 implementation somewhere which doesn't use the RFC sample code, which
>> could be substituted; the actual cipher almost certainly qualifies as an
>> uncopyrightable "fact".
>> ----

>Aha, these are the files:

Hmhh. We do not use them much within library, we could distribute
them separately for applications.  I'll have to have peek around
for the code...

>> All the other licenses are fine.


>> Joe Smith noted two without an explicit right to sell, but the IBM one
>> grants the right to "use in any way he or she deems fit", which I think is
>> pretty definite permission.

>> The other says "unrestricted use", which *probably* implies the right
>> to sell; I would contact Pekka Pessi and ask if that includes the right to
>> sell. If he says "yes", then I'd say it's fine.


>This applies to libsofia-sip-ua/ipt/rc4.c, and
>libsofia-sip-ua/su/getopt.c was incorrectly mentioned in the
>COPYRIGHTS, since it does not exist.

It looks to me that getopt.c is still there?


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