I'm happy to hear that you're healthy again. Renovatio is developed
under the terms of the LGPL and not just the GPL. So I see no problems
to implement Renovatio in other LGPL projects. But your suggestion to
implement Renovatio as an optional "plug-in" for ZFXCE sounds good. The
version which is currently available through the website and the CVS
server does not show the current state of development.
Currently I have no time to do the last tests and upload the new
version, because I'm relocating to Aachen. I think that I publish a new
version (with better Unix-Support) in the next five weeks. I'll send you
also a testing application for the current version of Renovatio as soon
as I can find some free time (if I did not send you a testing
application within the next 4 days please remind me).
> Hi ML,
> to remember: in august the ZFXCE has the with to integrate your
> memorysyastem into its code. After some trouble with my health I am
> now able to do that job :-). I saw, you have a projectpage on
> sourceforge. And your licence is GPL. Thats a little bit difficult fpr
> us, because we use the LGPL to make closed source porject possible.
> I see the following options to help you:
> - We add your source as a optional plugin
> - We have to write our own memory aligner (not so good)
> - We will say: you are a third party lib, compile it on your own.
> Any suggestions?
> Have you a unittest or a testdriver / test project at this time?
> And I am very sorry, that I need so much time to take a look on your
> Best regads
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