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Re: [RFC] syntax highlighting

On Fri, Aug 26, 2005 at 11:01:05AM +0100, Dave Korn wrote:
>----Original Message----
>>From: Steven Johnson
>>Sent: 25 August 2005 22:24
>>Which would support an on going position of all major changes be in
>>their own files, that are copyright assigned to the FSF, just like
>>normal GDB.  Then only trivial changes (hooks and the like) are in the
>>Redhat code.  Then (in the "dream of one day") that code wouldnt be a
>>problem for an assignment.  It would also be possible, that a specific
>>comment could be put in such a file stating that the hooks to this code
>>have also been assigned to the FSF, so that there is even less of a
>>Also, it would mean if one day someone took the view or re-implementing
>>all the Redhat copyright code, they wouldnt have to re-implement the
>>contributed stuff.
>You know, it occurs to me to wonder whether new contributions could be
>assigned jointly to redhat and the fsf.

So, that would be double the amount of paperwork, then?


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