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

On Fri, 7 Mar 2003, David Lang wrote:

> The reason he gave back when the discussion was first started (months ago)
> was that klibc is designed to be directly linked into programs, and it was
> felt that this would not be possible with the GPL. In fact klibc was
> adopted instead of dietlibc speceificly BECOUSE of the license.

There is still the possibility to support multiple libc implementation, if
you don't like dietlibc, you're still free to use klibc.

> while you could add an additional clause to the GPL to allow it to be
> linked into programs directly the I seriously doubt if the self appointed
> 'GPL police' would notice the issue and would expect that fears on the
> subject would limit it's use.

Could we at least try to not let this degenerate into a flamewar? Thanks.

bye, Roman

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