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MiNTOS Release 1.4 now available.

>>That would be ideal, but you have copying and distribution
>>restrictions on your files.  If you're willing to make them public
>>domain, I'd be happy to integrate them into the MiNTlibs.
>Hmm.. What if I change the conditions to just that the header in the files
>has to be kept, ie. that the files are copyright but freely distributable?

I'd much prefer that they were truly public domain.  The library is
already too polluted with copyrighted-but-freely-distributable stuff.

If you're worried about getting credit where credit is due, you can
rest assured that your header will remain intact in the MiNT library,
whether there is a requirement to do so or not.


entropy -- it's not just a good idea, it's the second law.
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MiNT library mail:  entropy@terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu
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