On 12:53 Sun 17 Oct , Eric Smith wrote:
> Has anyone worked on packaging Java3D for Fedora? Or is there any
> reason that it wouldn't be acceptable for inclusion in Fedora?
> I haven't really looked into packaging Java3D yet, but I want to package
> ReplicatorG, which is used to control 3D printers such as the MakerBot
> and RepRap, and it depends on Java3D. If no one else is working on
> packaging it, I'm willing to give it a try.
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It at least now looks like the license is suitable for Fedora; GPLv2 + Classpath
exception for the core, and BSD for vecmath and the utilities, along with the MIT
license on some headers:
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