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From Jason van Zyl <jvan...@zenplex.com>
Subject Re: Including non-Apache code
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2001 16:25:16 GMT
On 10/30/01 11:48 AM, "Hannes Wallnöfer" <hannes@helma.at> wrote:

> Hi, 
> I was wondering what you guys think about including the SAX classes and
> MinML parser with Apache XML-RPC? From a technical point of view I'm
> sure it makes sense - SAX and MinML are very small, and even if Xerces
> is available, MinML is *much* faster because it was written explicitely
> for that minimal subset of XML that XML-RPC uses.
> It's also very nice for users to minimize external dependencies.
> I'm not sure about the licensing issues. SAX is public domain, and MinML
> comes with a BSD style license. So this looks good, but I'm not sure how
> these things are handled within Apache in general.

BSD style is just fine with Apache, and I can't imagine there's anything
wrong with distributing public domain code. I'll ask someone but I don't
think there's a problem.
> Hannes



Jason van Zyl


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