On Tue, Feb 09, 2016 at 06:36:39PM +0000, IT Developer wrote:
> From mini_sendmail.c
> /* mini_sendmail - accept email on behalf of real sendmail
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In other words, 2-clause BSD-style.
You need to add the text of that license to the documentation
(see clause 2), unless "make install" installs it.
And if it does, you should probably drop it in
As a general rule:
If it says 'custom', you should (and probably need to) install a copy of
Unless you have something under WTFPL, CC0, unlicense, 'copy as you can',
or similar, the license probably requires including it in the docs.
Received on Tue Feb 09 2016 - 18:34:16 GMT