On 21 Jun 2001 21:18:16 +0200, Federico Di Gregorio wrote:
> 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...

At that point, it is rather academic. To carry it to the full, we would
then need to look at the license on C, and determine if that had an
effect, and I am sure we could carry it down even further, but as you
said, it is academic. Almost philosophical.

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