At 08:38 AM 9/5/99 , Paul Snively wrote:
>Sure thing. On the Kawa page, "gnu.bytecode" is a link that goes to
>JavaDoc docs for the package. Near the top of that page is a link to a
>"Description" of the package. If you click that link, you'll get a nice
>description page, near the bottom of which is a link to the "License"
>(actually, a file named "COPYING") which is, of course, the GNU General
>Public License version 2.
It's what I was afraid of. This is fatal. The GPL is link-incompatible with Mozilla. I do not own the copyright on E, Communities.com does, so I am powerless to fix this problem at my end. Does anyone on this list know Per Bothner? If so, would you ask whether gnu.bytecode might be switched to LGPL?
>By the way, you may wish to look at Kawa's gnu.expr as well as
>gnu.bytecode--it handles expressions and blocks and the like, and does
>some optimizations on them before using gnu.bytecode to emit the code.
>Could save E some work!
Also covered by GPL, sorry.
Fortunately, the GNU-Java-regex package you pointed me at is covered by LGPL, which is link-compatible with Mozilla.