David Kastrup wrote:
How about moving the goalpost in your head from that lie? The GPL does not demand access to the source code of "registered versions". It demands access to versions _corresponding_ to the binaries. The registration shows material for which infringement is claimed.
Every thing is clear now. 1) The registration shows material for which infringement is claimed. 2) Versions _corresponding_ to the binaries are not the same as the registered version. 3) You can file a lawsuit and claim infringement of source code that is the same except that it is different even if you haven't personally written it. This is called "infringing a moving target" and is a new copyright infringement principle. Sincerely, RJack :) _______________________________________________ gnu-misc-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/gnu-misc-discuss