Quoting Chris Wilson <chris@...>:
> Hi Earnie,
> On Wed, 7 Nov 2007, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>>> Apart from that I fail to spot the offending paragraphs that used
>>> to be in there though. I will have to dig for older versions of
>>> this EULA and do a comparison - it seems to me chances are that M$
>>> has shortened and simplified the EULA.
>> I think this covers it:
>> iii. Distribution Restrictions. You may not:
>> =B7 modify or distribute the source code of any Distributable
>> Code so that any part of it becomes subject to an Excluded License. An
>> Excluded License is one that requires, as a condition of use,
>> modification or distribution, that:
>> o the code be disclosed or distributed in source
>> code form, or
>> o others have the right to modify it.
> 1.a. notwithstanding, wouldn't it be possible to redistribute the
> headers under a license which is NOT an excluded license, but does
> not forbid redistribution of the headers verbatim?
The lack of that freedom would prevent Cygwin and other GPL products
from using the redistributed headers. It is in fact the M$ intention
to prevent GPL being able to use the PSDK. And the License of the PSDK
must remain with the portion that you plan to distribute.