fredrik at pythonware.com
Tue Jun 8 10:08:08 CEST 1999
> I seem to have read somewhere that the two Medusa files are under a
> separate license. Although, reading the files now, it seems they are
the medusa server has restrictive license, but the asyncore
and asynchat modules use the standard Python license, with
Sam Rushing as the copyright owner. just use the source...
> The issue that I'm really raising is that Python should ship with a
> single license that covers everything. Otherwise, it will become very
> complicated for somebody to figure out which pieces fall under what
> Is there anything in the distribution that is different than the normal
> For example, can I take the async modules and build a commercial product
> on them?
surely hope so -- we're using them in everything we do.
and my upcoming book is 60% about doing weird things with
tkinter, and 40% about doing weird things with asynclib...
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