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Re: "svn up" slow when specifying several files

From: Per Winkvist <per.winkvist_at_uk.com>
Date: 2004-08-12 07:52:41 CEST

citerar Mark Phippard <MarkP@softlanding.com>:

> "Per Winkvist" <per.winkvist@uk.com> wrote on 08/11/2004 04:28:04 PM:
>
> >
> > "The Sleepycat open source license permits you to use Berkeley DB,
> > Berkeley DB XML or Berkeley DB Java Edition at no charge under the
> > condition that if you use the software in an application you
> > redistribute, the complete source code for your application must be
> > available and freely redistributable under reasonable conditions. "
> >
> > If I understood this right, I can't use it w/o releasing the source.
> >
>
> I wouldn't want to go to court over it, but the fact that you are only
> accessing their libraries indirectly should shield you somewhat.
Also,
> you could make your code freely available to anyone that signs the
NDA,
> and one could argue that is a reasonable condition since you had to
agree
> to it yourself.

If this was the case, you could write a wrapper around a library, then
call the wrapper functions instead. The same occurs if you wanna
develop close source KDE software, then you need a Qt license. Doesn't
matter that you access Qt indirectly :=)

> By the way, are you doing this as part of the sourcecross.org project
or
> something new?

Perhaps :=)

You can try the MS SCCI Subversion provider at
http://w1.183.telia.com/~u18322315/ms_scc/

Thanks,
   Per

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