>>81750001 https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/81749928/>I only use mit, mpl, and apache licenced libraries. Gpl can fuck off I'm selling my work.
Is it your contention that you referencing a GPL'd library function makes your program a non-seperable derivative work of the GPL'd library?
Is that your contention?
Are you a fucking retard?
Oh, you're a programmer!
I bet you believe that editing someone else's code and then making a "diff" of your changes makes that a seperable non-derivative work too!
Stupid fucking piece of shit.
Here's a hint:
You can "link" GPL'd code as you wish from anywhere under US jurisprudence.
You cannot distribute diffs of changes you made to the GPL'd library/kernel/etc itself with ANY additional terms.
But you fucking programmers believe
1) DURRR LINKING A LIBRARY MAKES MY CODE A NON SEPERABLE DERIVATIVE OF THE LIBRARY!!!
2) DURRRRR IF I USE THE DIFF PROGRAM AFTER EDITING SOMEONE ELSES SOURCECODE THEN MY CHANGES, ANOTATIONS, AND MODIFICATIONS SUDDENLY ARE NOT CHANGES ANNOTATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS AND ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THEIR COPYRIGHT!!!!
DURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR>A work consisting of editorial revisions, annotations, elaborations, or other modifications which, as a whole, represent an original work of authorship, is a "derivative work.">https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ14.pdf>Right to Prepare Derivative WorksOnly the owner of copyright in a work has the right to pre-pare, or to authorize someone else to create, an adaptation of that work. The owner of a copyright is generally the author or someone who has obtained the exclusive rights from the author. In any case where a copyrighted work is used without the permission of the copyright owner, copyright protection will not extend to any part of the work in which such mate-rial has been used unlawfully. The unauthorized adaptation of a work may constitute copyright infringement.
Grsecurity IS violating the Linux Kernel and GCC copyrighs. You are not violating the copyright on the gpl library.>>81750140