On Tuesday 28 July 2009 01:32:16 Kevin Kofler wrote:
Anne Wilson wrote:
> Chiasmus unchecked (failed).
That's normal. Chiasmus was developed by the BSI (more or less Germany's
equivalent of the NSA) and so all their work is classified by default. They
only declassified a Window$ binary. There's evidence towards the existence
of a GNU/Linux command-line version, but said version appears to be still
classified and thus not publicly available. And the source code appears to
be classified entirely. So I don't think Chiasmus will be available in
Fedora any time soon.
I gotta ask then... Isn't this some kinda violation of the GPL? Not that I'm a
legal expert or anything like that but I gotta ask.
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