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Re: Why there is no OSS and non-OSS notice in pkgsrc packages?
> On Jan 4, 2008 8:26 PM, Cem Kayali <cemkayali%eticaret.com.tr@localhost>
>> I think i have a good example.
>> The unRAR utility is a freeware program, distributed with source
>> code and developed for extracting, testing and viewing the contents
>> of archives created with the RAR archiver, version 1.50 and above.
>> This is OSS, while it requires 'unrar-license'.
> But unrar isn't OSS. It's free and contains source, but:
> RESTRICTED= Do not modify. Do not charge a fee for redistribution.
> Find another example :-)
> Daniel Horecki
OK, i need to update my original question then. I want to know, "which
pkgsrc software is in binary-format only, and which of them can be compiled
My fault. The difference is i used (and aimed to use) vocabulary meaning of
open-source, not "open source software" actually.
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