<offtopic>
As far as I know, Git is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.0. Stock git
never tells you to accept its licence, though. This seems to be a
legal issue for me, as it seems that they are relicensing Git under
their own. Still, this is not in the reach of this list.
</offtopic>

On 22 September 2014 14:31, Anthony V <mr.anthonyv...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I hadn't looked at it that way. Yes, I guess I may be addressing the wrong
> list. I was just kind of hoping someone would be able to give me a quick
> it's because of x,y,z answer. Thanks.
>
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