Sam Geeraerts <samgee@...> writes:
> "Please be careful not to read the notice any further than it goes.
> In particular: it only applies to what Mark wrote, and it only
> applies to whatever code of his existed in libglut when he sent his
> reply to Debian. Nothing anybody else wrote, and nothing that wasn't
> in libglut at the time."
> So if we can show that your glut.h was initially based on that of
> the GLUT package then we'd be a big step closer to a solution. I've
> compared the GLUT 3.7 tarball  to your initial commit , but
> there are some differences.
I suspect you'll need Brian to weigh in on the history, but as I recall
there was a TODO about changing the glut included in Mesa to freeglut,
which I imagine has a much more amenable license for your project. I
can't seem to find it now, though...
Anyway, you might consider subscribing to the -dev list and submitting
a patch to that effect.