On Tuesday 11 December 2001 12:23 pm, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> For BSD advocates it might be a problem that these are unified diffs
> that are only applyable with GPL-licensed patch(1) version..
Why would BSD advocates be applying patches to the linux kernel? (You don't
need the tool to read a patch for ideas, do you?) Why would BSD advocates
apply a GPL-licensed patch to the GPL-licensed Linux kernel, and then
complain that the tool they're using to do so is GPL-licensed?
I'm confused. (Not SUPRISED, mind you. Just easily confused.)
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