> Hi Danny,
> > I'm cc-ing mingw-dvlpr on this to see what there
> > reaction is, but my
> > reaction is that,
> > the w32api headers and libs, as distributed by the
> > mingw project, should
> > remain unlicensed.
> According to the page
> http://www.mingw.org/licensing.shtml w32api _is_
> licensed and it doesn't seem like the Rewind project
> could use it under these terms - "You may not restrict
> the usage of this library." - as the BSD license lets
> you distribute it under your own terms provided the
> copyright notice and permission notice/disclaimer are
My mistake. I didn't realize that the package was licensed at all.
Okay. How about submitting a patch to reword the license in
w32api.readme so that it can be used with BSD license.
Please, however, submit to the Patch tracker at mingw sourceforge si=
or to mingw-patches@... so that this discussion ca=
be opened up a bit.
> If w32api were public domain as you said then there'd
> be no problem using it in Rewind.
> I wouldn't have any problem with submitting patches
> for w32api into the public domain, although permission
> would be needed from the original authors to put
> existing Rewind headers into the public domain.
> Mark Collins
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