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From mickhayes <>
Subject Re: camel webapp and the licensing stuff
Date Tue, 14 Feb 2012 17:46:42 GMT
I looked at this for AMQ 5.4.1.
The ASF Jira bugref. is

The offending components LGPL-licensed jaffl and jiffi  have later versions
which are now Apache V2-licensed.
Assuming compatability, *there is no licensing reason to not include a camel
webapp* which includes the Apache V2-licensed versions of jaffl and jiffi.

jaffl 0.5.1 has the LGPLv3 license for the version: 

The latest jaffl 0.5.11 is Apache v2
licensed, and it has been so since jaffl 0.5.9, see 

Jaffl depends on jffi, which WAS LGPL licensed up to 1.0.6 ( 1.0.1 is in AMQ
5.4.1). From 1.0.7 it is Apache V2 licensed: 

HOWEVER, AMQ-3491 lists another component of concern:
org.jruby.ext.posix:jnr-posix (Copyright Thomas E Enebo), which appears to
be triple-licensed: CPL/GPL/LGPL and depends on multiple other components:

I haven't had any investigation done on this one.

Michael Hayes B.Sc. (NUI), M.Sc. (DCU), SCSA SCNA 

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