Date: 2000-05-08 12:47:07
Hibbs, Philip writes:
> >3. May not require that the license appear with executables,
> > etc. that use the library and may not require that the source
> > code also be available.
> What do you mean by "may not require"? This can be read two distinctly
> different ways. Does it mean "Is not allowed to require" or "Is allowed not to
I meant "Is not allowed to require".
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