On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 3:42 PM, Georgi Petrov <gogothebee@...> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 3:28 PM, Earnie <earnie@...> wrote:
>> Georgi Petrov wrote:
>>> I plan to temporary include evr.h from mingw-w64 into MPlayer while
>>> I'm developing and improving it (with help from JonY) and once it is
>>> good enough, I will submit it in mingw. As far as I understand ZPL and
>>> GPL licenses (mingw-w64 and mingw) are compatible and this wouldn't be
>>> a problem, right?
>> We cannot include ZPL license with MinGW. ATM it must be public domain.
>> We've discussed changing to a MIT license but we have not been able to
>> get in touch with the creator of w32api.
> I understand. It means that MPlayer will have to host this file
> externally. Thank you.
Hi, I made a mistake. Mingw-w64 is ZPL itself, but the header files
are public domain. This means that I can take evr.h from mingw-w64 and
submit it later to mingw, is this right? The file is in the public
domain, for sure.
I will contribute and make it better as a part from MPlayer and when
it's good enough, I will submit it to mingw.
I hope this solution is fine?