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From Chuck Murcko <ch...@topsail.org>
Subject Re: LGPL code in Apache?
Date Tue, 21 Apr 1998 02:12:59 GMT
Panos had gotten permissions for all the stuff that was in xinetd before I
started the other ports (FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris [by Jan Wedekind],and IRIX. I
and later Jan are both working under the structure of the copyright that Panos
originally used. Snprintf() and cvt() were there already when I started hacking
the first BSD port. Nothing's been added from GNU since then by Jan or I.

Brian Behlendorf wrote:

> At 06:49 PM 4/20/98 -0700, Brian Behlendorf wrote:
> >At 09:14 PM 4/20/98 -0400, Jim Jagielski wrote:
> >>Xinetd grabbed it from GNU and mangled it to be more portable and then
> >>made it available for their FreeBSD port.
> >
> >Sigh.  So possibly all of Xinetd, FreeBSD, and Apache are GNU-infringing?
>
> No no, scratch FreeBSD, I was reading too quickly.
>
> Okay, I'm looking through the xinetd - I see where it was copied, and I
> don't see that the COPYRIGHT file in that directory
> (/xinetd-2.2.1/libs/src/misc) complies with the GPL nor the LGPL.
>
> I see a familiar name up in the CVS header - Chuck, do you know much more
> about this?
>
>         Brian
>
> --=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--
> "Optimism is a strategy for making                         brian@apache.org
> a better future." - Noam Chomsky                        brian@hyperreal.org




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