* Joshua D. Drake ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Csaba Nagy wrote:
> >On Thu, 2006-07-13 at 15:29, Stephen Frost wrote:
> >>It's not the PostgreSQL project's problem, that's true, but it certainly
> >>becomes an issue for distributions.  Java as a PL ends up being a pretty
> >>odd case..  If there isn't anything in the PL code itself which forces a
> >>dependency beyond gcj then it might be possible to distribute it.  Also
> >>allowing the PL to use a different JVM shouldn't be a problem so long as
> >>nothing is distributed which depends on the alternate JVM.  The GPL is
> >>all about distribution and so I'm not sure that it would actually be a
> >>problem for an end-user to use Sun's JVM with GPL'd Java code.
> >
> >Now I'm completely confused... what GPL code ? Is PL/Java licensed under
> >the GPL ? Or what GPL code do you talk about ?
> What was a mistake on my part. I was tired when I wrote the part about GPL.

As for my part, I was referring to any GPL'd Java code being distributed 
with a given distribution (ie: Debian), possibly running under PL/Java.



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