On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 8:59 AM Jerry James <loganjerry(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have sent a query upstream. I will report back when I get a reply.
I used your wording, Tom, to ask if this was the intended meaning:
"If software claims to use or include the GAP transitive groups
library, you cannot modify the datasets. If you modify the datasets,
you can no longer claim that software to be using or including the GAP
transitive groups library.”
Yes. You may compress (if lossless) but you may not devise a different
storage format, renumber points, rearrange groups, rename files,
reformat the lines, etc. (I do not care about changing CRLF or
I hope this does not cause problems for packagers, as (I think) after
all you take the existing files.
I am taking the "Yes" to mean that we are good to go. Regards,