On Tue, 24 Feb 2015 09:02:21 +0100
Guilherme <guibuf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The problems at hand is that I'd like to use wildmatch.c and some
> dependencies (hex.c, some portions of compat-util.h) but it seems that
> git is GPL whereas tss is Apache2 licensed.
> Is there any possibility to re-license the files above to Apache2 for
> the TSS project?
This is a wrong mailing list to ask such a question: here, we deal with
problems end-users have with Git, and this list has nothing to do with
development of Git and its source code licensing.
You should direct this question to the main Git mailing list, which is
<git at vger.kernel.org> (see  for more info).
Note that you might need to solicit explicit permission for relicensing
from all who contributed to those files. On the other hand, when a
quesion arose a couple of years ago about using bits of Git string
manipulation library somewhere, the response of the devs I've seen on
the list was positive so your chances are high IMO.
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