From: Jason Bell <jasonbell@sy...> - 2003-03-06 13:36:32
When Joe and I were discussing putting RSSLibJ together he pinned me to the
wall and said "no dependencies!" :) My concern was that anyone using JDK
1.3 was not going to be able to use RSSLibJ. So our only consession was to
use EXML to create the xml for us (using SAX or any part of JAXP just seemed
like a bad idea).
From what I can see the basic license for EXML
(http://www.themindelectric.com/exml/license-EXML.html) doesn't look like
they'll come looking for you. We're not using EXML+.
Joe will no doubt have a more level headed answer than I will regarding the
license issue. Personally I don't see anything to worry about, unless you
are building an IDE or another xml parser.
| ----- Original Message -----
| From: "Kate Rhodes" <krhodes@...>
| To: <rsslibj-developer@...>
| Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 1:24 PM
| Subject: [Rsslibj-developer] licenses
| | I read the FAQ's reasoning behind using EXML but I was wondering if any
| | consideration was being made towards using something with a less
| | license.
| | I finally got around to using RSSLibJ and it was nice, but the licensing
| | EXML is not something I'm really comfortable with and I'd have to recode
| | RSSLibJ (which I don't want to do). Also, what's the license on RSSLibJ
| | can't seem to find it anywhere. It is just public domain?
| | -Kate
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