+++ Scott W [freebsd] [06-01-04 22:39 -0500]: | I know this one may be seen as sacrilege to some, but think about this: | | 1. *BSD uses a fairly significant amount of GNU and GPL licensed | (opposed to the BSD license) code in it. gcc, Perl, XFree86, Apache, | GNU Make, autoconf, mysql, PostgreSQL, etc etc. While it can be argued | many/most of these are not part of the core OS, what about: gcc, | objective c, libreadline, cvs, diff, tar, sort, patch and friends? | (from /usr/src/gnu and /usr/src/usr.bin )
I think PostgreSQL is released under BSD license. I can't find a line in tar's man page that it is GNU's tar. Apache's testing platform is FreeBSD. So probably it is release under BSD license. Will have to check it out though. Shantanoo _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"