Surely you are kidding.

I cannot see in any of our packages where we bundle the PDF library with
our release. If we are, we should probably remove it.

In either case, there is no way we can compile an unencumbered version
of PDFLib. That would be illegal. PDFLib is not free, in the
"gratis" sense.

This is like making the fact that Win32 does not come with a free C
compiler PHP's problem, based on the fact that you need one to compile
your own binary. It's absolutely ridiculous.

On Sun, 1 Jul 2001, Joao Prado Maia wrote the following to [EMAIL PROTECTED] :

> That is not true at all, if you bundle the PDF library with PHP releases
> on the Windows binary it starts being your problem too. I just went to
> and it seems to me that binary packages of pdflib for Windows
> have a demo / time limit. May I suggest to whoever packaged the Windows
> binary version of PHP to compile the source code of pdflib on Windows, so
> to create a limit free version of PDFlib ?
> Joao

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