[plt-scheme] Re: license question

From: Yin-So Chen (yinso.chen at gmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 10 16:54:47 EDT 2007

Hi all -

Not sure if this email got lost in the shuffle or not - I haven't seen a
response to this question.  Hopefully this is not a taboo question ;)


On 4/2/07, Yin-So Chen <yinso.chen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all -
> Based on http://www.plt-scheme.org/license/ PLT is licensed under LGPL as
> a whole.  However, I found some files in PLT that appear to be licensed in
> GPL:
> collects/mzlib/deflate.ss (this one might be in LGPL - the GPL appears to
> be a statement that applied only to the version in C)
> collects/net/mime-unit.ss
> collects/net/mime.ss
> collects/profj/*
> Are these license verbiage intentional (i.e. these specific files are
> licensed separately) or are they unintentional (i.e. didn't remove them)?
> And do they affect the whole distribution's (given GPL is a strong viral)
> licensing?
> Couldn't find answers via googling - hopefully I didn't miss something
> obvious ;)
> Thanks,
> yinso
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> http://www.yinsochen.com
> ...continuous learning...

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