[PATCH] size reduction of Cell/SPU variable argument part
Wed Aug 15 10:03:00 GMT 2007
To: Jeff Johnston and Kazunori Asayama
Thank you for your suggestions.
Sorry for that I'm not good at contributing to open source community.
As you said, I'm surly the author and working for Toshiba.
And I'm also allowed to set the source codes to open source
license (BSD license) by my company.
I will soon modify the patch and send it again.
Thanks for checking it.
Hidetaka Takano / Toshiba
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> Subject: Re: [PATCH] size reduction of Cell/SPU variable argument part
> Jeff Johnston <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hidetaka,
> > There is no licensing in the files you have provided so
> they cannot be
> > accepted asis. Newlib does not accept unlicensed third-party code,
> > proprietary code, or GPL code. LGPL is allowed in some
> instances but
> > has to be cordoned off to a single platform. In this case,
> you cannot
> > use LGPL because you are replacing existing C code that
> already has a
> > freer license.
> > As you are the author and work for Toshiba, I'm assuming
> you will be
> > able to get permission to license the code appropriately.
> See the code
> > you are replacing and various other examples for samples of
> > licenses.
> FYI, other part of SPU port in the newlib is licensed under the BSD
> > I also would like to hear from other SPU maintainers with
> regards to
> > validating that the replacement code does not break things before
> > checking it in.
> I checked the patch by our function tests, and I could confirm there
> is no problem with the patch.
> > Regards,
> > -- Jeff J.
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