Thanks for the feedback.
I suppose copyright concerns are one reason why big companies have
legal departments. Mostly it appears that big companies bundle open
source products, rather than for example giving credit as being
derived from BSD licensed code, as the BSD code was used to learn apis
i.e. as example code.
The work I am doing may even go open source, but that does not solve
many copyright constraints.
I have had the luxury in the past of having a lot of in house code to
work from (porting, performance tuning, bug fixing), it is a bigger
challenge to write from scratch or from published javadocs/apis.
Thank you for your time,
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