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Re: [TSVN] To GPL or not to GPL

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-19 17:43:41 CEST

Simon Large wrote:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
>> You have my permission to change the license on anything I have ever
>> submitted.
>> Personally, I would prefer Apache2. That being said, does using
>> Apache2 prevent you from using any GPL code in TSVN?
> According to FSF the Apache2 license is incompatible with GPL, although
> Apache seem to think it is solvable.
> GPL seems to take a greedy approach in that if you incorporate anything
> which uses GPL, then you have to GPL the whole application. Maybe Toby
> can shed more light on this.
>> Also, what are the licenses for some of the items that have not been
>> listed yet?
> Microsoft permissive license, full of legalese but OK.
>> Scintilla,
> Very simple permissive license.
>> Spell Checker
> Haven't found their license yet - Stefan, do you know where it is?

Spell checker - Apache 1.1 style
PuTTY - Simple permissive license
ResizeableLib - Artistic License
ColourPicker - Simple permissive license
CrashRpt - Simple permissive license
NewMenu - Public domain
ReportCtrl - Simple permissive license
TreePropSheet - Simple permissive license

I think that is everything now, apart from all the patches sent in, and
some of the major contributions like TSVNCache.


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