C Programming Reference, Martin Leslie
caleb at aei-tech.com
Mon Dec 23 15:00:40 UTC 2002
I can't find any license information with that reference, nor can I find
contact information. I'm not exactly sure what to say here; it seems to me
that since it was released with the KDevelop source that it would be
considered GPL, but I'm not a legal expert so I can't say for certain.
After reading through that C reference, it definitely needs some work.
However, I don't see a problem using part of it for your project -
particularly if you keep credit information intact.
On Monday 16 December 2002 17:10, Christian Habermann wrote:
> Hello KDevelop-Team,
> I have a question concerning "C Programming Reference" which
> is part of KDevelop's documentation, the author is
> Martin Leslie.
> I can't find an actual e-mail address of Martin, so I contact
> you. You are mentioned as "Primary Contact Address" in AUTHORS
> of this package (package-name is: c cpp reference-2.0.2,
> ftp://ftp.ee.fhm.edu/pub/unix/ide/KDevelop/c cpp reference-2.0.2.tar.gz).
> I want to write my own C-reference. This reference should be
> accessable from within VIM as a kind of online-help. Now I want to
> know whether it is allowed or not to take parts of Martin's
> "C Programming Reference" as base for my own project. My project
> will be released under GPL 2.
> Tanks in advance for answering.
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