GnuPG 1.0.4-1 + IDEA for Windows
Mon, 18 Dec 2000 17:26:50 +0100
On Mon, 18 Dec 2000, Florian Weimer wrote:
> There is neither a court judgment or allegation of patent
> infringement. Things may change quite rapidly as soon as he gets a
See the comments in idea.c - Ascom explicitly says that you have to
acquire a license for nearly all kings of usage.
> patents--is common practice (even the FSF does it, see the networking
> code in GNU libc, and GnuPG's crypto algorithms except Rijndael are
Patented networking code in libc? I don't know of any patent and I
have never heard that someone claims that libc uses a patent them.
There are no patents on any GnuPG crypto code which are not allowed
by the GPL. In fact that was the reason GnuPG has been written.
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