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RE: [dsdp-pmc] [IPZilla CQ:1004]: Terminal View Version: < 1.0
- From: "Gaff, Doug" <doug.gaff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2006 01:48:31 -0700
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- Thread-topic: [dsdp-pmc] [IPZilla CQ:1004]: Terminal View Version: < 1.0
I agree with what Martin says. I hope we can pursue the simplest
solution, though. Let's see what Janet says. I am happy to talk to the
authors about dual licensing if that's our only option.
Summary of the voting:
+1 Martin Oberhuber
+1 Doug Gaff
+1 Mark Rogalski
+1 Shigeki Moride
+1 Mika Hoikkala
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dsdp-pmc-
> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Martin Oberhuber
> Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2006 2:00 AM
> To: DSDP PMC list
> Subject: Re: [dsdp-pmc] [IPZilla CQ:1004]: Terminal View Version: <
> +1 of course that we want something like rxtx to support serial
> terminals from Eclipse.
> This might be needed by several other projects too. Legal will need to
> sort out the
> details of licensing and compatibility with the EPL.
> Just 2 more remarks:
> - In case there are problems with the license, it might be an option
> not bundle rxtx
> and redistribute it from eclipse.org, but rather grab it from its
> original server at "runtime"
> through a service like buckminster. In other words, our code would
> prepared for
> rxtx, but we would not redistribute it ourselves. The preferred
> solution, however, would
> be to redistribute it if we can sort out the licenses.
> - On the rxtx porting page, I see that rxtx has also been ported to
> Linux, Solaris, Apple
> and others: http://users.frii.com/jarvi/rxtx/porting.html
> I think it would be better to use rxtx on ALL platforms, instead of
> relying on Sun for
> some and rxtx for others. First of all, the code will be easier to
> maintain if there are
> not two alternatives; second, the Sun solution is problematic
> it requires
> a VM extension. In other words, you cannot just download some code
> with serial
> access and execute it without "patching" the VM manually. Rxtx does
> not require
> extending the VM.
> +1 from Martin Oberhuber
> Gaff, Doug schrieb:
> >Hello PMC,
> >This is our first use of IPZilla. We need to vote on the inclusion
> >3rd party serial communications library with the Terminal View that
> >recently contributed to the TM project. This library will enable
> >port connections on Windows. (Solaris and Linux are already
> >by Sun libraries.) See the ipzilla link below.
> >+1 from Doug
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: IPZilla [mailto:emo-ip-team@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> >Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 8:08 AM
> >To: Gaff, Doug
> >Subject: [IPZilla CQ:1004]: Terminal View Version: < 1.0
> >Ted Williams submitted a Contribution Questionnaire to IPZilla, with
> >third party packages:
> > Terminal View Version: < 1.0
> > You can view the details at the following address:
> > https://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1004
> > ** You're not done yet! ** You need to attach the source code
> >(not binary) to all the third party packages below.
> > If the file size is 20MB or less, log in to IPZilla (using your
> >bugs.eclipse.org committer account) and use the attachment feature.
> > If the file size exceeds 20MB, please use an SFTP or SCP client
> >transfer the file to dev.eclipse.org:/home/data/common/ip. Log into
> >IPZilla and submit the file name in a comment.
> > Once the source is attached or transferred, your PMC must approve
> >this package by voting +1 to the IPZilla entry. The Eclipse IP team
> >NOT review your contribution until this is done.
> > Related packages:
> > Communications library, but see questions above.
> > -> https://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1005
> >dsdp-pmc mailing list
> Martin Oberhuber
> Wind River Systems, Inc.
> Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
> dsdp-pmc mailing list