Hello, I am trying to package bluej , a Java program, but I think there is a license problem. This program uses a library that is not free (AppleJavaExtensions.jar). Apparently, the use of this library is only to build the MacOS version of the program. I think I could change the upstream source and achieve that the software won't be dependent on this library (now it is). But I don't know if it's worth to do it... Otherwise, the upstream source (orig.tar.gz) would include all this non-free software. Could this package be in main archive area or will it be considered as a non-free software, although I make this changes? If it is considered as non-free software, I'm not interested in packaging it... What do you do in this cases? What do you recommend?  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=585696 -- Mònica
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