Commit 42285fc4 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

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parent fbfc1a5b
......@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ msdos/is_exec.c, sigaction.c
src/gmalloc.c
- contains numerous copyrights from the GNU C library. Leave them alone.
[src/unexhp9k800.c - removed 2007/1/27
[src/unexhp9k800.c - removed 2007/1/27]
[src/m/sr2k.h - removed 2007/1/27]
- First file removed due to legal uncertainties; second file removed
due to dependency on first. Note that src/m/hp800.h is still needed on
......@@ -135,11 +135,15 @@ src/gmalloc.c
Is it OK to just `cvs remove' a file for legal reasons, or is
something more drastic needed? A removed file is still available from
CVS, if suitable options are applied.
rms: will ask lawyer
All README (and other such files) that are non-trivial and were added
by Emacs developers need copyright statements and copying permissions
to be added.
lisp/term/README (author)?
etc/BABYL?
borderline "trivial" cases...?
All images files that allow for comments should have copyright and
......@@ -158,7 +162,7 @@ admin/check-doc-strings
Author is Martin Buchholz, but no assignment from him on file, and
rms has no way to reach him.
admin/make-announcement - no copyright
admin/nt/makedist.bat - no copyright
admin/nt/makedist.bat - no copyright (author andrewi@gnu.org? mail sent)
etc/ms-kermit - no copyright, but ms-7bkermit has one
etc/e/eterm-color.ti - no copyright
rms: "I think that is not copyrightable under the merger doctrine
......@@ -188,6 +192,9 @@ lib-src/etags.c - no 'k.* arnold' in copyright.list'
Arnold as the starting point. However, it may be that we need to get
and insert whatever his license was for his code."
- 1984 version of ctags, with no copyright, posted to net.sources:
http://groups.google.com/group/net.sources/msg/a21b6c21be12a98d
lispref/back.texi, elisp-covers.texi, lay-flat.texi,
two-volume-cross-refs.txt, two.el
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