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Author: Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk>
Date:   Sun Oct 9 20:24:16 2016 +0200

    Add license patterns gpl lgpl.
---
 lib/App/Licensecheck.pm       |  16 ++--
 lib/Regexp/Pattern/License.pm |  15 ++++
 t/SPDX.t                      |   4 +
 t/SPDX/LGPL-2.0.txt           | 174 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 t/SPDX/LGPL-2.1.txt           | 175 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 5 files changed, 376 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lib/App/Licensecheck.pm b/lib/App/Licensecheck.pm
index 67bf3da..d806f3f 100755
--- a/lib/App/Licensecheck.pm
+++ b/lib/App/Licensecheck.pm
@@ -518,13 +518,13 @@ sub parse_license
 
        # LGPL
        given ($licensetext) {
-               when ( /(are made available|(is free software.? )?you can 
redistribute (it|them) and[ \/]or modify (it|them)|is licensed) under the terms 
of (version \S+ of )?the (GNU (Library |Lesser )General Public License|LGPL)/i 
) {
+               when ( /(are made available|(is free software.? )?you can 
redistribute (it|them) and[ \/]or modify (it|them)|is licensed) under the terms 
of (version \S+ of )?$L{re}{lgpl}/i ) {
                        $license = "LGPL$gplver$extrainfo $license";
                        push @spdx_license, $gen_spdx->('LGPL');
                }
                # For Perl modules handled by Dist::Zilla
-               when ( /this is free software,? licensed under:? (?:the 
)?(?:GNU (?:Library |Lesser )General Public License|LGPL),? 
$L{re}{version}{-keep}/i ) {
-                       $gen_license->( 'LGPL', $1 );
+               when ( /this is free software,? licensed under:? $L{re}{lgpl},? 
$L{re}{version}{-keep}/i ) {
+                       $gen_license->( 'lgpl', $1 );
                }
        }
 
@@ -566,13 +566,13 @@ sub parse_license
                        break;
                }
                if ( $gplver or $extrainfo ) {
-                       when ( /under (?:the terms of )?(?:version \S+ 
(?:\(?only\)? )?of )?(?:the )?(?:GNU General Public License|(?: GNU)?GPL)/i ) {
+                       when ( /under (?:the terms of )?(?:version \S+ 
(?:\(?only\)? )?of )?$L{re}{gpl}/i ) {
                                $license = "GPL$gplver$extrainfo $license";
                                push @spdx_license, $gen_spdx->('GPL');
                        }
                }
-               when ( /under (?:the terms of )?(?:version \S+ (?:\(?only\)? 
)?of )?(?:the )?(?:GNU General Public License|(?: GNU)?GPL)(?:,? 
$L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? $L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?/i ) {
-                       $gen_license->( 'GPL', $1, $2 );
+               when ( /under (?:the terms of )?(?:version \S+ (?:\(?only\)? 
)?of )?$L{re}{gpl}(?:,? $L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? 
$L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?/i ) {
+                       $gen_license->( 'gpl', $1, $2 );
                }
        }
 
@@ -752,8 +752,8 @@ sub parse_license
 
        # Apache
        given ($licensetext) {
-               when ( /$L{re}{apache}(?:,? $L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? 
$L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?(?:(?: or)? [^ ,]*?apache[^ ,]*| 
\([^(),]+\))*,? or(?: the)?(?:(?: GNU)? General Public License(?: 
\(GPL\))?|GPL)(?: $L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? $L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?/i 
) {
-                       $gen_license->( 'apache', $1, $2, 'GPL', $3, $4 );
+               when ( /$L{re}{apache}(?:,? $L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? 
$L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?(?:(?: or)? [^ ,]*?apache[^ ,]*| 
\([^(),]+\))*,? or $L{re}{gpl}(?: $L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? 
$L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?/i ) {
+                       $gen_license->( 'apache', $1, $2, 'gpl', $3, $4 );
                }
                when ( /$L{re}{apache}(?:,? $L{re}{version}{-keep}(,? 
$L{re}{version_later_postfix})?)?(?:(?: or)? [^ ,]*?apache[^ ,]*| 
\([^(),]\))*,? or(?: the)? bsd(?:[ -](\d)-clause)?\b/i ) {
                        $gen_license->( 'apache', $1, $2, "bsd_${3}_clause" );
diff --git a/lib/Regexp/Pattern/License.pm b/lib/Regexp/Pattern/License.pm
index a1a48a0..cc97843 100644
--- a/lib/Regexp/Pattern/License.pm
+++ b/lib/Regexp/Pattern/License.pm
@@ -60,6 +60,10 @@ Patterns each covering a single license.
 
 =item * gfdl_niv
 
+=item * gpl
+
+=item * lgpl
+
 =item * mit_new
 
 =item * mit_new_materials
@@ -229,6 +233,17 @@ our %RE = (
                pat =>
                        qr/$the?$gnu?(?:Free Documentation License(?: 
\(GFDL\))?$by_fsf?[,;]? $niv|GFDL-NIV)/,
        },
+       gpl => {
+               name    => 'GPL',
+               summary => 'The GNU General Public License',
+               pat     => qr/$the?$gnu?(?:$gpl(?: \(GPL\))?$by_fsf?|GPL)/,
+       },
+       lgpl => {
+               name    => 'LGPL',
+               summary => 'The GNU Lesser General Public License',
+               pat =>
+                       qr/$the?$gnu?(?:(?:Library|Lesser(?: \(Library\))?) 
$gpl(?: \(LGPL\))?$by_fsf?|LGPL)/,
+       },
        mit_new => {
                'name.alt.org.spdx'      => 'MIT',
                'name.alt.org.debian'    => 'Expat',
diff --git a/t/SPDX.t b/t/SPDX.t
index b530593..38cb542 100644
--- a/t/SPDX.t
+++ b/t/SPDX.t
@@ -16,6 +16,10 @@ my %Debian2SPDX = (
        'BSD-3-clause' => 'BSD-3-Clause',
        'BSD-4-clause' => 'BSD-4-Clause',
        'Expat'        => 'MIT',
+       'GPL-1+'       => 'GPL-1.0',
+       'GPL-2+'       => 'GPL-2.0',
+       'LGPL-2+'      => 'LGPL-2.0',
+       'LGPL-2.1+'    => 'LGPL-2.1',
 );
 
 path("t/SPDX")->visit(
diff --git a/t/SPDX/LGPL-2.0.txt b/t/SPDX/LGPL-2.0.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..21a037c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/t/SPDX/LGPL-2.0.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,174 @@
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diff --git a/t/SPDX/LGPL-2.1.txt b/t/SPDX/LGPL-2.1.txt
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index 0000000..62ac6ff
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