Tom Lane wrote:
> Hiroshi Inoue <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Robert Treat wrote:
>>> It's generally a very bad idea for a BSD licensed project to include lgpl 
>>> licensed code
>> Psqlodbc package is LGPL licensed and seems to have little problem to
>> include copy of BSD licensed code as a part of it.
> Right, that direction is fine, it's the other way around that's
> problematic (because adding some BSD code adds no new restrictions on
> what users can do with an overall-LGPL project, whereas having some LGPL
> components in a supposedly BSD project does limit what they can do with
> it).  I don't see any reason why you shouldn't include those PG autoconf
> macros in psqlodbc.  You just need to document that they have a BSD
> license, in case someone wants to use them by themselves.

Yes I am in that direction. You may see some confusing words in my other
 posts but they are all I once thought.
Thanks for your clarification.

Hiroshi Inoue

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