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Re: Guile license (was: lisp used in game creation?)

From: Alexander Terekhov
Subject: Re: Guile license (was: lisp used in game creation?)
Date: Sat, 11 Sep 2004 20:53:58 +0200

Alex Farran wrote:
> Alexander Terekhov writes:
> > Alex Farran wrote:
> >>
> >> Alexander Terekhov writes:
> >>
> >> > That "permission" is needed only in the GNU Republic.
> >>
> >> If your supposed loophole in the GPL is real
> > 17 USC 109 is quite real.
> >> put your money where your
> >> mouth is and release a closed source program containing GPL code.
> <blah>
> You can repeat the same old arguments over and over again. It won't
> make them any more (or any less) true.  Prove your assertions with
> action.

// This 'program' is NOT licensed under the GPL. All Rights Reserved.

int main(int argc, char * argv[]) {
  /* ... undisclosed work ... */
  return faran_work(argc, argv);

// GPL'd work 
int faran_work(int argc, char * argv[]) {
  // Faran, your work goes here. Insert something worth 'protection' 
  // and I'll publish both our works on my site (on
  // the same web page). I'll impose very restrictive contractual
  // "I ageee" terms on anyone willing to obtain a CD with a tarball.
  // Apart from fair use copies (I'll merely "display" the stuff on 
  // my web site and will not convey any rights to my work), you 
  // (Farran) won't be able to legally obtain a copy from anyone --
  // my contractual "I agree" terms won't allow it.


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