On 11/23/2010 10:04 AM, Stanislav Ochotnicky wrote:
I am doing review of old/new package - visualvm . It used to be
of openjdk until recently.
spec file contains multiple source tarballs.
* netbeans-profiler-visualvm_release69.tar.gz contains dual-licensed
files (GPLv2 with classpath exception or CDDL)
* visualvm_harness-*tar - GPLv2
* visualvm_13-src.tar.gz - GPLv2+
The jars from profiler tarball are separate (files from it are not mixed
into any other package, so classpath exception should be "working" as I
Harness tar is basically just configure scripts and build instructions.
visualvm_13-src contains the main application compiled using harness,
the jars from profiler tar are used as plugins.
I'd say it's OK to have this mix, but I'd like to be sure about exact
License tag that is appropriate here. Maybe:
The mix seems fine, but since the works are separate, I would use:
# Exception is classpath
License: GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and (GPLv2 with exceptions or CDDL)