Open and closed source...
Craig M. Reece
craigthulu at earthlink.net
Wed Jan 17 18:09:08 PST 2001
part of the output from strings /mnt/c/windows/ftp.exe:
@(#) Copyright (c) 1983 The Regents of the University of California.
All rights reserved.
Proof that Microsoft uses/used BSD code in windows. This was from my Windows
On Wednesday, January 17, 2001 08:49 pm, Simon Perreault spoke thusly:
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> On Wednesday 17 January 2001 18:03, Richard Bennett wrote:
> > > Surely if someone creating a closed source product wanted to use a
> > reasonable amount of open source code there would be no real risk in it
> > for them. If they dont give out the source with their product, then noone
> > knows the code, and cant tell if it has been ripped off some OpenSource
> > project being developed elsewhere... for all we know microsoft could have
> > used linux code in the implementation of some of their software...
> > <sarc>(unlikely considering how stable good ol windows is)</sarc>
> strings <program>
> Then the evil programmer is in jail.
> - --
> Simon Perreault, 17 year old college student, UNIX newbie
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