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SubjectRe: Bitkeeper
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On Fri, 2003-07-18 at 17:23, Alan Cox wrote:
> Actually your license is simply irrelevant in most of thre world. You
> aren't allowed to forbid reverse engineering for interoperability.

Well, here in the US the right to reverse engineer may be gone. It lost
out in a recent case. Hopefully that isn't telling of the future and
future court cases.

Long live that right everywhere, even if the US sticks its legal head up
a dark, dark tunnel.

Trever
--
"Love is friendship set on fire." -- French Proverb

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