Re: Can it depend on this commercial lib?
I also looked here
and it does not look good. I suggest to spare the energy of packaging
openastexviewer for the time being. For protein/ligand visualisation,
BALLView.org ist excellent and we have others, too. Please talk to the
upstreams of OpenAstexView and BALLView to find out how to proceed.
On 11/14/2011 10:51 AM, Dr. med. Christoph Gille wrote:
> I was trying to make a Debian package for http://openastexviewer.net/web/
> but had the following problem:
> It contains parts of a commercial library bwt:
> For example the OpenAstex package contains the file
> but there is no source file StringCaseEditor.java.
> Applications are allowed to include the bytecode of bwt. Citation from the FAQ:
> DISTRIBUTING APPLICATIONS: Can I build applications with BWT and
> distribute them freely?
> Yes, all JClass products may be distributed royalty-free when
> they are part of your application. If you wish to bundle BWT
> controls with a development environment, contact KL Group for
> details of reseller and OEM programs.
> I checked whether the included bytecode is readable or not. The
> bytecode is human readable and not encrypted. Nevertheless, Java
> bytecode is hard to read because it consists of low level
> instructions. So it is not like a normal source code file.
> There is no such debian package bwt in nonfree or main.
> What would you suggest,
> how should I proceed?
> Thanks for your help