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Re: Does GPL apply without Cygwin stub? [long and off-topic] (was Re: [ANN] Cygwin DEV survey)
- To: "Suhaib M. Siddiqi" <Ssiddiqi@InspirePharm.Com>
- Subject: Re: Does GPL apply without Cygwin stub? [long and off-topic] (was Re: [ANN] Cygwin DEV survey)
- From: Chris Faylor <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 18:23:48 -0500
- Cc: Fergus Henderson <firstname.lastname@example.org.OZ.AU>, email@example.com
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- In-Reply-To: <006a01be69b6$90433300$29acdfd0@InspirePharm.Com>; from Suhaib M. Siddiqi on Mon, Mar 08, 1999 at 05:54:03PM -0500
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We're investigating this now.
I certainly am not aware of every one of our commercial customers so it
is possible that this company has purchased a commercial license from us.
If they haven't, perhaps they've bundled things in such as way as to avoid
the GPL requirement.
On Mon, Mar 08, 1999 at 05:54:03PM -0500, Suhaib M. Siddiqi wrote:
>>>I don't think that is correct. I believe the "commercial compiler"
>>>that Suhaib M. Siddiqi is referring to may be the one known as the
>>>"Cygnus GNUPro Development Tools" ;-)
>>>If I understand things correctly, it *is* possible to get a license
>>>Cygwin that allows you to link proprietry code which incorporates the
>>>Cygwin crt0 file --- you just need to fork over the appropriate amount
>>>cash to Cygnus to pay for that license.
>>That's right. As the license holder for cygwin we reserve the right to
>>distribute the code under a different licensing agreement.
>>We do allow our customers to distribute code linked with the DLL under
>>other terms than the GPL -- for a fee.
>>I don't believe that Suhaib is referring to our own products however,
>>I don't believe that he is referring to a commercial customer of
>Yes, I am refering to a commercial cuustomer (PGI) who officially
>it as a bundeled product:
>here is a paragraph from their brochures. I do not accept ilega
>software and do not allow others to make illegal copies of my licensed
>* PGHPF Workstation
> - Command-level F77 compiler
> - Command-level F90 compiler
> - Command-level HPF compiler
> - Supported on Linux/Solaris86/NT
> - Full HPF support for multi-processor (SMP) systems
> - Threads-based SMP auto-parallelization in F77/F90
> - Native directive-based OpenMP parallelization in F77/F90
> - SGI C$DOACROSS directive supported in F77/F90
> - Byte-swapping unformatted I/O (big-endian to little)
> - Executables utilize up to 4 processors
> - Cray/DEC/IBM compatibility (including Cray POINTERs)
> - PGPROF performance profiler (command-level only on NT)
> - PGDBG symbolic debugger (not yet available on NT)
> - UNIX-like command environment bundled on NT <---note
> - Node-locked single-user license
> PGHPF Workstation 1 Year Subscription
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