[Slackbuilds-users] commercial software buildscripts
joshuakwood at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 23:21:34 UTC 2014
On Apr 16, 2014 4:26 PM, "Miguel De Anda" <miguel at thedeanda.com> wrote:
> what's the sbo/slackware policy on commercial software?
> i've created a slackbuild for smartsvn (and i'll port it over for their
git solution as well) but i'm hesitant to upload it. the script doesn't
include any commercial or non-open source bits but the .info file would
link directly to their binary. upon first launch it typically asks you to
accept their agreement and choose from a feature-limited free (as in beer)
version or to upload the license file.
> i create the build script simply because i wanted a launcher.
> miguel de anda
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Should be fine. There are plenty of closed source and pay-for software
packaging scripts in the SBo repository, and then there are pieces like the
JDK where you have to accept a license agreement before downloading.
Just don't distribute the software yourself - point to the original source
and you'll be fine.
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