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From Peter Kl├╝gl <pklu...@uni-wuerzburg.de>
Subject Re: Eclipse Update Site licenses for TextMarker
Date Thu, 31 Jan 2013 19:58:37 GMT
Am 31.01.2013 20:48, schrieb Marshall Schor:
> Re: Eclipse update site for textmarker:
>
> It shows 3 license files, but maybe is still missing something.
> It shows 2 for the Eclipse license (2 version dates), and
> the Apache v2.0 license.
>
> But I thought the TextMarker binary build had other things needing additional
> licenses embedded in it?  Those licenses need to be included and shown to the
> user in the Eclipse accept-license dialog, somehow.

Whoops, I forgot that.

> The Eclipse installer has the ability to resolve dependencies at install time,
> fetching OSGi components from other repositories that Eclipse knows about. If
> it's possible, that would be a good packaging for the dependent components with
> other licenses. (I'm guessing that you looked into that and found it was not
> possible, and therefore bundled things into your Plugin Jars.)

I haven't found anything and other options were less confortable. I will 
do some research again, but I am not optimistic.

> When the license is shown, there may be 2 ways to have Eclipse install show it.
>
> 1) as a separate license - meaning, in the window where Eclipse shows licenses,
> on the left panel there would be multiple lines.
> 2) as a chain of licenses shown together in one window on the right panel where
> Eclipse is showing licenses.
>
> I have a very slight preference for style 1) if it is do-able...  (I haven't
> investigated this).

I will try 1)

Best,

Peter
> -Marshall


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