From: Andreas Huber (ahd6974-spamgroupstrap_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-23 11:26:20
Rene Rivera wrote:
>> - It seems it doesn't check the boostbook xml (otherwise it would be
>> looking for the legalnotice tag, wouldn't it?)
> Incorrect. Those legalnotice tags should contain the
> "boost[\\s\\W]+software[\\s\\W]+license" text and hence will be
> inspected. Hence why you example above is pertinent.
Ok, please have a look at:
What if someone removes the <legalnotice> section in this file (or
rewords it to whatever he pleases)? My guess is that inspect will not
report a failure then because there's still the XML comment. I've not
actually found an example for such a problem but then again I haven't
looked that hard.
This problem, together with the broken license propagation of the doc
tools, seems to suggest that inspect would best also check the generated
>> What am I missing?
> That the doc tools are broken with regards to propagating
> license+copyright. :-)
No, I got that, at least after your second answer. The doc tools need
some fixing too.
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