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Fwd: Re: [Quantlib-dev] Linux Port

Ferdinando M. Ametrano-2
This is from Bernd.
He didn't know I just merged quantlib-dev into quantlib-users.
Two mailing list are too much for a new project

ciao -- Nando




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>Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 15:32:13 -0500
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>On Monday 18 December 2000 14:52, you wrote:
> > I have a pragmatic approach, it's matter of evaluating what will help more:
> > GPL code or support from GPL-adverse financial software/consulting
>
>Whether your approach is pragmatic can not be decided at this point
>as we have not seen any support from GPL-adverse financial software/consulting
>firms. Furthermore, frankly I don't expect anything, probably ever. My KDE
>eperiences have been versy sobering.  Companies will ONLY take and _never_
>give as far a code is concerned.
>
>As to the GPL code question. I really don't care anymore. I am tired of
>anything that involved licensing questions. Very tired. The license
>we have currently is fine with me and if we can't use R or orctave stuff,
>then so be it.
>
>ps what's that history.h file? Did you even try to compile that using g++
>2.95-3? Don't know whether I can quickly fix that one ...
>
>Bernd
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> > companies.
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> > ciao -- Nando
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