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Re: [sc-dev] [PATCH] Add cmake option NO_GPL3 to simplify building of GPL2 binaries
2012/12/24 Jakob Leben <jakob.leben@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 1:00 PM, Dan Stowell <danstowell+sc3@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I used the debian copyright-check file, which only listed that file as
>> being GPL3. It's probably because the hacks file includes a notice
>> about someone else's copyright being included, which means the
>> copyright-finding-script picked it up, whereas your own notice looks
>> OK but somehow was missed by the debian script.
> I see.
>> OK, so either this patch changes to exclude all of QtCollider, or you
>> change QtCollider to GPL2. (That hacks file would need to stay GPL3 I
>> think because it includes that other person's code.)
> I'll change it to GPL 2. Btw, the original source of that other
> person's code in the hacks file is offered under GPL 2 ("or later
> version"), so I assume no consent of the original author is needed. Do
> you agree on that?
I see - yes, sounds fine. (I assume you're doing "GPL 2 or later" for yours)
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