Well the reason it relates is to do with the distribution of source code -
also applies to gplv2 I suppose. If you take a compiler output and convert
it to an ascii header file to be included as a blob "source code" in a
strictly legal sense?
On 07/06/07, paul at clubi.ie <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
>> On Wed, 6 Jun 2007, Frank Duignan wrote:
>> > On the matter of source code: Suppose a manufacturer includes a header
> > with the opcodes for a drive declared in a byte array. Is this source
> > code?
>> Exactly how this question relates to the GPLv3 you seem to have
>> The answer is: No.
> Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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