On 21 Jun 2001 12:07:36 -0600, Bill Anderson wrote:
[snip]
> > err, no. if you write an external module using only python code, as long
> > as you use a gpl-compatible python to run zope, you can call your
> 
> No, No, no, NO!
> 
> The License of PYTHON only applies to modifications, derivations, etc.
> of _PYTHON_, NOT anything _written_ in it.


you stand right here. i was thinking about psycopg that actually is C
code that gets linked to python. but the border is not that clear. the
question, as always, is: what if i subclass python core classes
(released under the python license)? but that's a purely academical
question, i think...

federico

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