[texhax] shear transform
karl at freefriends.org
Wed May 18 23:47:50 CEST 2011
commercial license of Ghostscript.
So, use GPL Ghostscript? Unless you're writing a proprietary
I'm certainly not a lawyer, but the wording of the statement does
not appear to limit the redistribution rights to just one portion of
XeTeX or another.
No, that's not the point. Their statement can and does only apply to
the code which Jonathan/SIL wrote. They aren't and can't claim that
kpathsea (for instance) can be distributed under their license (it
can't), even though kpathsea is linked into xetex. One doesn't need to
be a lawyer to understand.
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