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[Savannah-register-public] [task #9873] Submission of VladNput

From: Mario Xerxes Castelán Castro
Subject: [Savannah-register-public] [task #9873] Submission of VladNput
Date: Sun, 08 Nov 2009 04:34:29 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, task #9873 (project administration):

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November 7th in Savannah item #9873: "Submission of VladNput"

You should response using the web interface or write to
address@hidden but usally simply cliking in reply in
an email client will send the response to address@hidden and
your e-letter is simply discarded.

AFIK OpenJDK is free software too so if your program compiles and run
under it the Java issue is solved.

Maybe the .expect and .tokens files can be considered trivial and
therefore will not need trival notices but i are unsure. Some
administrator can help in this issue?. Anyway a README files than list
that *.expect and *.tokens files and say than they are under the LGPL
2.1 (Or 3 if you upgrade) will solve this.

I ignore the practical differences between LGPL 2.1+ and LGPL 3+ but i
are sure than the FSF have a good reason to publish that new
version. There is some reason to use the version 2.1 instead of the
latest, the 3.0?
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