> Ok, then I guess your distinction between in or out of MAME is just lost on me. Not > that that matters, I have no real stake in this and generally agree with what you're > trying to do, but you made a point of it so I thought I'd try and understand it. To > me, in or out of MAME the file has a license and you can choose which you want to > follow.
It's really easy: if you use a multiply-licensed file in a project, you must choose an available license which is compatible with the project's license. In current MAME, that choice is always the MAME license.