On 15 Jul 2002, at 15:17, Austin Donnelly wrote:
> On Sunday, 7 Jul 2002, Simon Budig wrote:
> 
> > Uhm - xfig?  :-)
> 
> Actually, if you want to use something like xfig, consider instead
> using tgif - in the same way as emacs uses lisp internally, tgif is a
> vector graphics editor which uses prolog internally.  It's very
> powerful, but a lot of people don't know about it, which is a shame.
> 
> http://bourbon.usc.edu:8001/tgif/
> 
> (The GIF in the name has nothing to do with the patent-encumbered
> raster graphics format).

It would seem that either of the available licenses are uncompatible 
with the GPL.


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branko collin
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