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authorBeth Flanagan <elizabeth.flanagan@intel.com>2011-01-27 19:25:12 (GMT)
committerRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2011-01-28 16:49:13 (GMT)
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Initial commit of license reporting:
This is an intial commit for the license reporting system. A few notes: The LICENSE fields needs to be standardized throughout poky. As it stands, we throw a warning if the license file is not found (either because it does not exist or because LICENSE_FILE_CHKSUM is munged) in the generic license directory. This should eventually become an error. I've seen a few places where Apache-v2.0 is written differently and I'm sure this will throw the above warning. This does not put the license data on the rootfs. Also, I provide both the actual license text and a link to the best guess of the generic_license. That guessing is not very robust and I'm loath to get into a bunch of pattern matching rather than standardize LICENSE. This adds one new param to poky.conf and one new to license.bbclass: LICENSE_DIR: the base directory we copy all the license results to (set in license.bbclass) COMMON_LICENSE_DIR: this is the directory that holds all the common generic license files. currently meta/files/common-licenses (set in poky.conf) TODO: - We should verify the common-licenses. I stripped these from my Ubuntu 10.10 system. - We should allow the capability of licenses on the rootfs, although the resulting image created would be a lot larger. - More common-licenses. I don't include bzip, zlib, ICS.... I should, but that means tracking down a lot of licenses. - General cleanup of licensing and standardization of names. We should standardize on a naming convention. What's in licenses.conf should match up with what is in the recipes which should match with what is in common-licenses. Outside the scope of this though. See: http://bugzilla.pokylinux.org/show_bug.cgi?id=650
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279Make the same adjustment to the section titles in the list of
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283in the various original documents, forming one section Entitled
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285and any sections Entitled "Dedications". You must delete all sections
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276Make the same adjustment to the section titles in the list of
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