Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I have grabbed code from NetBSD before, and I just mention that fact at
> the top of the file.  There is no need to repeat their license as it is
> the same as our license.

src/port/qsort.c is wrong, then: (a) it includes the full NetBSD
copyright/warranty statement (b) it claims to be covered by the 4
clause BSD license.

A quick grep of the source tree indicates that the following files
claim to be covered by the 4 clause BSD license:

$ grep -rlI 'This product includes software developed' *   
contrib/mysql/my2pg.pl
contrib/pgcrypto/README.pgcrypto
contrib/pgcrypto/blf.c
contrib/pgcrypto/blf.h
src/backend/port/darwin/system.c
src/backend/port/dynloader/freebsd.c
src/backend/port/dynloader/netbsd.c
src/backend/port/dynloader/openbsd.c
src/backend/utils/mb/wstrcmp.c
src/backend/utils/mb/wstrncmp.c
src/port/crypt.c
src/port/getopt.c
src/port/getopt_long.c
src/port/inet_aton.c
src/port/qsort.c
src/port/snprintf.c
src/port/strtol.c
src/port/strtoul.c

-Neil


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