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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Dropping the CommandLine adapter from Subclipse

From: Jongsuk Lee <jongsuk.lee_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-03 12:46:58 CET

Mark, Yes I am embedding subclipse into my application and unfortunately,
Our source code is not open for public unfortunately.
I am not a lawyer. I do not quite understand JavaSVN. If we can just package
it with subclipse. that would be great.
However, our source is not open and we plan on some customization on
subclipse code for our business need.
So I thought we have to obtain license from JavaSVN in my understanding. is
It not the case? can closed comercial application distribute
subclipe+javasvn freely?
JavaSVN license looks like custom license. It is not gpl,cpl,llgl,apache. It
is TMate license.
I am just worried some enterprise level user might be afraid to adpot
subclipe because TMate type of license. Some enterprise users avoid gpl type
of licensed application with similar reason.

Again, thanks for great work.

Jong-suk Lee.

On 12/2/05, Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote:
> > Hi, if i may to chime in, one concern for javasvn only is license issue.
> > I can not use javasvn due to license concern in my project.
> > Please keep command line adapter alive.
> JavaSVN license does not have any impact on a user of Subclipse. Are you
> embedding Subclipse in your own application? If so, can't you still pass
> along Subclipse under our license with the source code? Please elaborate.
> I do not think this is a good enough reason to keep the command line
> adapter. If you are embedding Subclipse in an application don't you care
> that the command line adapter doesn't really work for a lot of Subclipse
> features?
> Finally, the command line adapter was created at a time when it was
> impossible to obtain JavaHL binaries and it was very difficult to build
> yourself. It is now almost trivial to build JavaHL from source, and there
> are binaries available everywhere. Why are you able to obtain the latest
> version of the command line, but not the latest version of JavaHL?
> > thanks for great work on subclipse team!
> thanks..
> Mark
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