Tom Lane wrote:
Thomas Hallgren <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Why to you persist talking about licensing issues with PL/Java? There are none. PL/Java builds and runs just fine with gcj and the above statement is completely false.


Um ... if you use it with gcj, there may or may not be any licensing
problems (please recall we are trying to be a BSD-only project, not a
BSD-and-LGPL project),
You have no problems using gcc, gnu-make, etc. What's the difference?

 but what of people who use some other JVM?
It's not like gcj works for everyone yet.

What of them? If they decide to use another JVM, well, then let them. I don't see where that becomes a licensing problem from PostgreSQL.

Regards,
Thomas Hallgren


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