> > BSD only applies once you remove it from MAME; within MAME the license of MAME > always applies > > I'm a little confused on that distinction. Does the license apply to the file in its > entirety or are you going to try attributing individual lines? If you do it on a > whole file and someone submits something non-OSI to it then the entire file becomes > MAME-only and so in or out of MAME that file isn't OSI. At least, that's how I > understood an earlier post of yours. If you do it on individual lines you have ... a > real mess if anyone tries to take the OSI pieces out.
When Arbee said "send us back a stack of bugfixes", I assume he meant that the OpenMSX guys specifically gave permission that their fixes be licensed both under their own license and any licenses it had when in MAME as well. In that case its a legal non-issue.
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