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From Ben Walding <...@labrador.dyndns.org>
Subject Re: Some JARs are going away
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 20:54:36 GMT
I'd expect that you only agree to a licence once ever for a product and 
then that agreement is stored in a property file somewhere very high up 
- eg. your home directory

Henri Yandell wrote:

>On 5 Feb 2003, Jason van Zyl wrote:
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>>On Wed, 2003-02-05 at 14:34, John Casey wrote:
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>>>What do you think the specs for the click-through license viewer should
>>>be?
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>>I was hoping we could just copy what Netbeans has. The premise being
>>that it's a Sun product and they don't want to violate their own license
>>:-) I was hoping the click through license thingy would work but I'm not
>>certain it's legal yet. Sun could very well be violating their own
>>license, they are obviously exempt but we aren't.
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>>Was thinking a little popup could be fired off, maybe using the
>>interaction tag. Totally open to suggestions. Not something I'm looking
>>forward to doing.
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>I'd have thought something very similar to the way you agree to a licence
>when installing the JDK from Sun as a script. With a flag to Maven which
>over-rides the licence-agreement bit? [for person-less builds?]
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>Hen
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