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accepted BSD/MIT license changes when copy/pasting a function from another BSD/MIT licensed package
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comment BSD/MIT license changes when copy/pasting a function from another BSD/MIT licensed package
That makes sense. Do you know any project giving attribution to 3rd party code?
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comment BSD/MIT license changes when copy/pasting a function from another BSD/MIT licensed package
@ElliottFrisch, I see, so it's more complicated than what I expected. I guess it'll also be different depending on the country. A better question would be "what's the most commonly accepted practice for this scenario?"
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comment BSD/MIT license changes when copy/pasting a function from another BSD/MIT licensed package
Sorry if I didn't formulate the question correctly. I have absolutely no clue about licensing or legal aspects of software. Also, when googling about this I couldn't find a straight answer.
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revised BSD/MIT license changes when copy/pasting a function from another BSD/MIT licensed package
more readable title
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