master FreeBSD sources.
Please don't read too much into my remark, as I don't like to engage in
license ideology debates. I like GPL, BSD, and all the zillions of other
i do use GPL programs too without any problems - because there is
no BSD licenced equivalent (most often), or BSD licenced equivalent is
much weaker (rare cases).
but it doesn't change what i said. GPL licence is unacceptable if you want
to make any commercial product based on code licenced that way.
FREEDOM CAN NOT BE ENFORCED.
open source variants. In my pre-coffee mental haze this morning, I didn't
phrase it in such a way to denote that it was mostly a toungue-in-cheek
comment about the motivation to replace the venerable gcc from the base
system (which, for technical reasons, I personally feel to be a worthy
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