libgcj has some j2ee classes but not all

Tom Tromey tromey@redhat.com
Fri Aug 8 03:00:00 GMT 2003


>>>>> "Ryan" == Ryan Boder <icanoop@bitwiser.org> writes:

>> It all depends on the licensing and copyright assignment stuff.

Ryan> Jboss is LGPL. So is the reason gcj can't use an existing J2EE
Ryan> implementation because they would have to assign the copyright
Ryan> to the FSF, you can't just take it?

Yeah, that's part of it.  Also, libgcj isn't LGPL.  It is
"GPL+exception", like libgcc.

Tom



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