I always release my source under a personal "Do whatever the hell you like
with it" license. I find all this Copyleft, GPL up, Berkely down, Creative
Commons charmed, BSD strange stuff confusing as all get-out. Once I write
it, I really don't care what anyone does with it. If they make a mint, and
even if I had put some license on it, I still don't have the money to
enforce it, and I sure can't look at every product that comes out to see if
they incorporated any of my code.
So, no, I have no opinion on that one. :)
If at first you don't succeed, call in an airstrike.
On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 2:33 AM, jdripper <eric@...> wrote:
> "J.C. Wren" <jcwren@...> wrote:
> > I know of only one other that exists, and the guy wasn't interested
> > in releasing it because he had commercial customers for it.
> > What are your plans for the core? Is it fully qualified, and does
> > DMA work?
> I'd love to have commercial customers for my core. On the other hand, I'd
> also like to make it available for hobbyists to use. I haven't figured out
> what license to use. Maybe the GPL. Any opinions?
> I haven't yet tested:
> * DMA (though it mostly uses the same logic as "load mode", so I expect it
> will work)
> * Interrupts
> * The RET, DIS, SDB, SAV, and MARK instructions
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