License files in the Infusion build

Justin justin.obara at utoronto.ca
Mon May 11 17:40:03 UTC 2009


Hi Michelle,

That seems to make sense. One question I have is whether the licences  
will then be included twice ( 1. the current location. 2. the top  
level directory) or just in the top level directory.

Thanks
Justin
On 5-May-09, at 1:28 PM, Michelle D'Souza wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> I'm currently working on FLUID-2610 which is the issue of the build  
> incorrectly including license files. This seems like a good  
> opportunity to also do FLUID-1943 which involves including third  
> party licenses in a single folder rather then in their individual  
> directories. In order to accomplish this task I'm considering  
> renaming all of the license files in the repository to include the  
> name of the library. For example the Infusion license file would be  
> renamed to "INFUSION-LICENSE.txt" and the jquery licenses would be  
> merged into a single file called "JQUERY-LICENSE.txt". The build  
> will then copy all of these license files into a top level directory  
> called "licenses".  Does this seem like a reasonable strategy?
>
> Michelle
>
> ------------------------------------------------------
> Michelle D'Souza
> Software Developer, Fluid Project
> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
> University of Toronto
>
>
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