A Quick GCJ 3.3/MingW Update
Sat May 17 09:22:00 GMT 2003
>I am sorry if this is off topic, but...
>Mohan, why don't you remove the gcc sources from your
>It is possible to generate "your" sources (using the supplied diff
>file), by placing the adequate snapshot (pointed out by yyyymmdd) at the
>correct subdirectory. So, imho, technically it is open source. I would
>call it "GPLed diff programming". ;-)
>I don't see how this would go against the GPL.
>It is not logical to put this burden (GCC sources) on somebody's
>shoulders only because s/he suggests a nice patch that has not yet been
>accepted and gives away some binarys for public benefit...
I was told by someone that this wasn't acceptable because the
location I point to isn't necessarily static. The file COPYING
in the gcc sources root directory seems to say this too.
Any further clarification on this is welcome.
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