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Re: GPL and LGPL not acceptable for Fedora!

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Hans de Goede wrote:

> The version of the COPYING[.lib] file is not relevant if the sourcecoe doesn't 
> contain a version its GPL+ resp. LGPLv2+

So if sourcecode doesn't mention a version but COPYING does, it's still
interpreted as "or any later version?"  Hm... that strikes me as odd.

> About GPL and LGPL. If libhandle is distributed as a seperate file under 
> /usr/lib, then the license tag would be:
> 
> License: GPL+ and LGPLv2+

Yup that's it...  I guess I'll look into making a -libs package in my
spare time.  :)

Thanks,

-Eric

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