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Date: 2004-01-21 (14:55)
From: Maxence Guesdon <maxence.guesdon@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Caml-get 0.1
> > That's what I was thinking about: the mandatory license tag could
> > take an url and the license would be retrieved from that url when
> > the caml-get archive is retrieved. If a license could not be
> > retrieved (because of a wrong url for example), the element would
> > not be available in the client repository.
> Notice that many licences mandate that either the full licence or a
> reduced version is available together with the source you distribute.

Would it be ok it the license was put in the client repository and printed
with the code when the (for example) -l option is given ? (By default
the complete license information would not be printed with the code, only
the url where to find it.) This way the license is available but not
always added to your file when you want to use an element of the repository
in your code.



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