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SubjectRe: [BK PATCH] klibc for 2.5.64 - try 2
Hi!

> > b) I will personally go batty if I ever have to create yet another
> > implementation of printf() and the few other things in klibc that is
> > anything other than a thin shim over the kernel interface. The bottom
> > line is that klibc is so Linux-specific, that the only way someone would
> > "steal" code from it is because they want a specific subroutine
> > somewhere, and as far as I'm concerned, they can have it, and I don't
> > care in the slightest for what project.
>
> Why do you make this decision for everyone?
> If I wanted to use *BSD I would use it. The point of using Linux and
> the GPL is that we at least attempt to protect the source to keep it free
> and any contribution should be given the same respect. You insist on using

I believe HPA wants klibc to stay small,
and BSD license will act as contribution-
stopper, therefore keeping it small...

Pavel
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