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

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-03 14:24:07 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?

As I understand the JavaSVN license (which is supposed to be like the MySQL
license) if you wanted to include JavaSVN with your version of Subclipse
you would need to purchase a license from tmate.org. I do not know what
they are charging.

If you do not want to purchase a license then you already need to modify
our code to remove JavaSVN as an option, when you do that, just put back
the command line adapter. If you look at the commit where I removed it,
you will see it was just a few lines of code.


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