Daniel Veillard wrote:
On Fri, Dec 07, 2007 at 11:19:27AM +0000, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:This pulls in some extra modules that we need:sys_stat (provides things like the S_* permissions flags which are missing under Windows)vasprintf (asprintf implementation) stdndup strsep poll gettext (portable gettext and <libintl.h> support) getpass (discussed previously)Looks fine to me, I assume you checked the LGPLv2 licence of the new modules imported from gnulib, good to see gnulib helps on many other portbility requirement than just the 2 initial cases,
We already pull in LGPLv3 _header_ files (in CVS right now): float.in.h intprops.h physmem.h stdlib.in.h verify.h and a couple of LGPLv3 C files: dummy.c (but this file is literally trivial) physmem.c(However the documentation for physmem says the module is under LGPLv2+ so either the documentation is wrong or the top of the file is wrong or else I don't understand what's going on here).
Unfortunately although all the modules above are LGPLv2, I just noticed that getpass depends indirectly on realloc. Documentation for realloc says its LGPLv2+ so I didn't think it was a problem, but the top of the file says LGPLv3.
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