On Fri, 16 Jan 2009, Frank Duignan wrote:
> Ok, my level of interaction with the header files in question is
> just symbolic names for registers and masks (no functions). Based
> on what's been said I'll just construct a reduced size header file
> with only the constants I need. If register names are not
> copyrightable then there should be no problem right?
Correct, in general..
(Function names and their declarations aren't copyrightable either,
in so far as they constitute an interface).
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