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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: License of enhanced or transformed code
Date Mon, 28 Apr 2008 09:34:27 GMT
Isn't your software already combined with openjpa, irrespective of the  
enhancement?

geir

On Apr 28, 2008, at 5:17 AM, rlv j wrote:
>
> As I understand it, OpenJPA modifies your code (in the form of  
> Java .class
> files) to add persistency abilities, presumably adding code from  
> OpenJPA
> to the code being modified to create a combined work.  Is this so,  
> and is
> the resulting combination subject to the Apache License? I think it is
> something that users of OpenJPA in general should concern themselves  
> with
> and it would be appropriate to feature in your documentation.
>
> Transformations to the classes are done even if the Enhancer isn't  
> run on
> the .class files in advance of running, aren't they?
>
> I mailed apache.org regarding this, and recieved the response:
>> If the OpenJPA PMC had not already addressed this issue, then they  
>> should
> consult with our legal committee.
>
> I thank you much for your contribution to the community and in  
> advance for
> your reply.
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