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You most certainly should credit the author(s) of any code which you yourself did not write. Not only is this the descent thing to do, but in may cases it may be a legal requirement. When someone creates a repository on Github they are given the option to add a standard licence to the repository e.g. GPL, LGPL, BSD, MIT, Apache, etc. They may instead have ...


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Only you know what your resources are: time, associated headaches, etc. However, this is the approach I advocate in the general case: Avoid deprecated APIs unless there is no other alternative and they are not going away anytime soon. I could name several deprecated or otherwise unfavored APIs that have been sitting around 10+ years with no plans of being ...


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Option #1: The old standby Deprecated stuff should never be used if there is another option. Any libraries built using this deprecated library will technically be deprecated. So your product would be deprecated before it was even finished. It was deprecated for a reason. Typically that reason is that there is something better in every aspect, and you ...



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