Re: UPS and GPL

From: Andi Kleen (
Date: Thu Dec 07 2000 - 02:25:07 GMT

On Thu, Dec 07, 2000 at 12:25:40PM +1100, Callum Gibson wrote:
> Dibyendu Majumdar writes:
> }Many reasons. I would like to use the C Interpreter in UPS in my own
> }projects (which are licensed via GPL) but I do not because of the current
> }license.
> }
> }How do you define a commercial product ? What does it mean to 'copy bits of
> }ups for your own use' ? I think the current license is ambiguous and can be
> }interpreted in different ways.
> Which file is that text in? I can only find the copyright message in the
> top of the source code files:
>  *  You can do what you like with this source code as long as
>  *  you don't try to make money out of it and you include an
>  *  unaltered copy of this message (including the copyright).

It is e.g. not clear to me if it would be possible to put UPS 
on a Linux cdrom which is sold for money (it is probably not) 


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