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Bug#118427: TP: epo -- Miner mode to reduce the labour to edit code

Raul Miller wrote:

> On Tue, Nov 06, 2001 at 09:16:19AM -0500, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> > Raul, why are you so quick to dismiss this?  You state it like it
> > was a matter of fact.  Is this documented anywhere?
> I didn't dismiss it. 

I guess I misread the end of your post.

>                       [And, what is it that you want documentation on?]

I meant like a blurb in Emacs etc/ directory or something,
stating whether this was okay.

You said: 
> Anyways: it's legal for elisp code to have a GPL-incompatible license.
> However, it's not legal to distribute GPLed emacs with such code if that
> code is intended to be used with emacs to implement some program.

If any non-trivial code makes a call to an Emacs function, even
say 'buffer-substring', then do we consider that loaded code a
GPL'ed library?  I guess that's the question.


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