[Python-Dev] using openssh's pty code
Gregory P. Smith
greg at electricrain.com
Tue Sep 28 03:33:20 CEST 2004
On Sun, Sep 26, 2004 at 01:44:22AM -0500, J Raynor wrote:
> Since openssh must handle pty allocation, its support for pty operations
> across various platforms is more robust than python's. I'd like to use
> openssh's code to improve on python's pty handling.
> I know the licenses for openssh and python are different. Can anyone
> tell me if it's legal to mix openssh code into python? Assuming it is,
> are the python maintainers willing to accept a python patch that
> contains some openssh code?
look at the openssh license. yes you can use it. its BSD or better.
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