Re: perforce SCM licensing issues
> The standard Perforce commercial EULA, from
Thanks for this courtesy. A request: when posting paragraphs of text,
please make sure the lines wrap properly (which, in practice, also
implies "don't use gmail").
> 4. Grants of License
> C. Customer may make any additional copies of the Software to
> the extent necessary for use of the
> Program. In addition, Customer may copy the Software for
> archival or backup purposes. Customer
> shall reproduce and include copyright or other proprietary
> notices on any copies in substantially
> the same form as appears in or on the original copies
> provided to Customer.
Grants only permission to copy "to the extent necessary for use of the
No permission to redistribute is granted here or anywhere else in the
> E. Perforce hereby reserves all rights in and to the Software
> that are not specifically granted by this
> License Agreement.
So, Debian has no grant of license from these terms to redistribute at
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