I'm primarily using the Ninka tool detailed in Dr. Daniel German's
(currently unpublished) paper, "A sentence-matching method for
automatic license identification of source code files." You can
download the paper here:
I'm also using Fossology's "fosslic" tool.
On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 10:14 AM, Luis Villa <luis(a)tieguy.org> wrote:
Just curious- you seem to be doing a systematic scan of things here.
May I ask what tool you're using?
On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 11:28 PM, Julius Davies <juliusdavies(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> rsync's RPM says it is gplv3+.
> The rest of the source is mostly GPLv3+ with some ZLIB.
> The "maketree.py" file doesn't seem too important. I ran it for fun
> by just typing:
> python maketree.py
> And now I have 688MB of randomly named files and directories under
> /tmp/foo (420 directories, 8420 files). So I'm not really sure if the
> fact "maketree.py" is strictly GPLv2 matters at all.