[Python-Dev] licensing

Sam Rushing rushing at nightmare.com
Tue Jun 8 02:10:18 CEST 1999

Guido van Rossum writes:
 > Greg Stein writes:
 > > For example, can I take the async modules and build a commercial
 > > product on them?

Yes, my intent was that they go under the normal Python 'do what thou
wilt' license.  If I goofed in any way, please let me know!

 > As far as I know, yes.  Sam Rushing promised me this when he gave
 > them to me for inclusion.  (I've had a complaint that they aren't
 > the latest -- can someone confirm this?)

Guilty as charged.  I've been tweaking them a bit lately, for
performance, but anyone can grab the very latest versions out of the
medusa CVS repository:

CVSROOT=:pserver:medusa at seattle.nightmare.com:/usr/local/cvsroot
(the password is 'medusa')

Or download one of the snapshots.

BTW, those particular files have always had the Python


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