sqlite is public domain code, FWIW. I doubt this is incompatible with the ZPL. It would just require an acknowledgement from ZC that it's "safe" to be included in a Zope distro.

- C

On Dec 22, 2005, at 11:14 AM, Rocky Burt wrote:

Andreas Jung wrote:
--On 22. Dezember 2005 11:42:30 -0330 Rocky Burt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:
When you mentioned before about importing sqlite into svn.zope.org, you were talking about actually including a snapshot of sqlite inside zope
source rather than making it a build time requirement?


I really don't care about how to do it..this would be up to the volunteer. But the license issue must be discussed since you are not allowed to import
non-ZPL code to svn.zope.org.

Well, if we simply suck sqlite in as a build time requirement (during
the 'make' process) do we care about importing non-ZPL code into
svn.zope.org?  We would only care about licensing when distributing
binaries that include sqlite, no?

- Rocky


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