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Re: texindex's compiler's docs non-free

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: texindex's compiler's docs non-free
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 11:29:56 -0500

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  > TeX is a literate program like texindex and TexiWeb Jr.  How did the
  > FSF handle the fact that you can't modify the English text inside TeX
  > source code in the past?

TeX is free software.  You can distribute a modified version but
you must do so as a change file.  It is inconvenient, but it qualifies
as free software.

If TexiWeb Jr. has the same sort of license, then it is free too.  But
this condition is a pain in the neck, so the license ought to be

Who developed TexiWeb Jr?  I never heard of it before.
Can you show me its license?

What is jrweave?  What does it do?  What is its source license?

Dr Richard Stallman
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