Re: DEP-5 meta: New co-driver; current issues
On 2010-08-12, Lars Wirzenius <email@example.com> wrote:
> * Various things are easier if debian/copyright can be parsed and
> interpreted by software, rather than being free-form text. For
> example, answering questions like "what stuff is GPLv2 only,
> and therefore incompatible with GPLv3?".
This is quite useless as long as we are making copyright files for
source foo produces a library and some tools
the files ending up in the library is lgplv2+
the files ending up in the tools (executables) are gplv2only
and then a different gplv3+ app also uses libfoo. should this then be
marked as a "problem" ?