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Re: mysql server out of the list
Christopher Faylor writes:
> On Mon, Jan 21, 2002 at 04:40:24PM +0200, Sinisa Milivojevic wrote:
> >Robert Collins writes:
> >> They are distributing a cygwin linked .exe without cygwin1.dll, and
> >> without cygwin sources. As I understood from prior cygwin@ discussion,
> >> this was an issue.
> >We are not distributing anything. We do not sell CD-ROM's or anything
> >We just let people download from our site whatever they wish.
> "Distributing" is not a commercial term. If you aren't providing a
> version of the cygwin DLL, then there is no problem. If you are
> then there is a problem.
We are now preparing new mysqlc.exe with latest cygwin, for which I
heard that it can be built statically.
Next, 99.99 % of our Windows users download just binaries. Those do
not include even our source code. Should they include CygWin source
code ?? Why ?? What would 99.99 % of Windoze users, completely
illiterate with C / C++ do with that source code ??
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