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Sat, 28 Jun 2008 00:00:04 -0700
Couple of days ago I've released a modified version of the last GPLd version of
which was in 2004.
My modifications were:
- The installation and the shell integration
- Refining and formatting the web documentation and associating it with the
- Replacing graphic items (icons/toolbars)
- Some little modifications in the executable program itself.
I've called My work "Notepad3", and I've wrote the following in the "About"
(c) [myname] [year]
(c) Florian Balmar [year]
GPL 2.0 Notice
My question is: Am I broking GPL 2.0? Do I do anything wrong ligally or
This question will lead to several questions:
Code + Documentation + Installation
If the first:
Do little modifications made for specific software deserves a copyright notice?
If the second:
Does the (About) dialog represent the executable program or the product as a
whole: executable + documentation + installation
- Anas R.