Re: [stella] 6502 superoptimizer update

Subject: Re: [stella] 6502 superoptimizer update
From: Greg Miller <gmiller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2005 03:34:40 -0400
aaron wrote:

> So if you GPL your program then no one will be able to take your  
> SuperOptimizer and using your code or making a derivative work based  
> on your code release a SuperDuperOptimizer unless their  
> SuperDuperOptimizer is also Free Software as defined by Richard  
> Stallman, summarized above.

Just to clarify, Stallman's definition of "free software" includes a 
number of different licenses (BSDL, for example). The derived works have 
to retain all of the GPL's restrictions, so merely being "free software" 
isn't quite enough.

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