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From Samuel Kevin <lovesumm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: can such files be committed to SVN repos?
Date Thu, 24 Sep 2009 03:12:03 GMT
Hi, Arthur:
    i just download httpd-2.2.13 and find GPL license declaration in a sh
file in /build. However, i failed to find this file on SVN os httpd...... I
am totally confused now.....
regards,
Kevin

2009/9/24 Arthur Chen <zijian.ping@gmail.com>

> hi Kevin,
>
> libtool,ltmain.sh,install-sh,autogen.sh,all these scripts are bulild
> scripts
> for our program,
> they are not part of our source code, I think we can submit them to SVN.
> I see many LGPLed softwares, like SDL, include these bulild scripts in
> their
> source code package.
> Also httpd which is under ASL have these scripts in their package.
> (they are include in httpd-2.2.13/build)
> So I think we can submit them to SVN.
>
> Regards,
> Arthur
> 2009/9/23 Samuel Kevin <lovesummerf@gmail.com>
>
> > hi, all:
> >    i am doing the last check on TServer. The source code now is free of
> > legal problem but i met some problem in makefile. The initial developers
> > use
> > libtool which is a GNU tool under GPL license(
> > http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/) and it generate some files like
> > libtool.sh to facilitate the "make" process. The problem is that the
> > libtool.sh contain the declaration of GPL license declaration. i wonder
> if
> > it could be uploaded to SVN. i know that GPL lib is forbbiden in Apache
> > SVN,
> > but i want to confirm whether such files GPLed tool generate could be
> > upload
> > to SVN?
> > regards,
> > Kevin
> >
> > --
> > Bowen Ma a.k.a Samuel Kevin @ Bluesky Dev Team    XJTU
> > Shaanxi Province Key Lab. of Satellite and Terrestrial Network Tech
> > http://incubator.apache.org/bluesky/
> >
>



-- 
Bowen Ma a.k.a Samuel Kevin @ Bluesky Dev Team    XJTU
Shaanxi Province Key Lab. of Satellite and Terrestrial Network Tech
http://incubator.apache.org/bluesky/

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