Hello Dimitry,

what makes you think you need to include the source of SimplyHTML in the source distribution of FreeMind? Do you really think that any source distribution of a program under GPL must contain the sources of all the libraries used by the program? I really doubt it; it makes little sense to me.


On 7/18/07, Dimitry Polivaev <dpolivaev@gmx.de> wrote:
Because SimplyHTML is constantly lightly changed, but I produce no
releases and update only SimplyHTML.jar in the FreeMind CVS and commit
the source code of the SimplyHTML CVS, the last must according to GPL
always be included in the FreeMind source code distributions. The
appropriate tag should be created for it too. The installers task of the

build.xml in FreeMind could be changed so that the source code of
SimplyHTML is always obtained before making the distribution.

Chris, because you have always produced the releases, I would like to
ask you to care about it.

Best regards, Dimitry

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