[ECOS] ecos license question.

Jonathan Larmour jifl@eCosCentric.com
Sat Jan 18 07:03:00 GMT 2003

Fabrice Gautier wrote:
>>Not with the MPL. If you change something, then someone might 
>>be entitled to those changes, but that someone isn't necessarily
>>you :-).
> Gah? If _I_ change something _I_ may not be entitled to those changes ? 
> My point was that if I receive a binary, I'm entitled to the eCos source
> code that is inside the binary no matter what license the binary falls under
> (I believe MPL section 3.2 says that). One things that differ may be the
> means you get the source. When I get that source code I get it in one of the
> 3 options, as the distributor choose.

Aargh. I've just looked it up and this is one of the areas the MPL and 
RHEPL differ - I had thought they were more alike than that. Sigh - we've 
been talking at cross purposes a little. My bad, sorry.

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