Compiling GnuPG 2.0.1 on MacOS X
benjamin at py-soft.co.uk
Sun Feb 11 18:53:29 CET 2007
Robert J. Hansen wrote:
>> Personally, I'd rather do without the QT bloat.
> I've always had an allergic reaction whenever people describe J. Random
> C++ Code as 'bloated'. Especially when the code in question has been
> shown to be very effective in the embedded hardware space (QTEmbedded).
Fair point... I was thinking in terms of MacOS - to use QT you need
about 2Mb of libraries. However, on my Linux machine I didn't consider
it bloat as I already need it for KDE.
>> It might turn out to be just as bloated but at least the licensing isn't
>> as restrictive! Um, I'll see what I can do when I get time...
> [scratches head]
> How, precisely, is the GPL a 'restrictive' license? I don't mean to be
> dense, but I just don't see it.
Um, wibble... LGPL? :-)
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