[PD-dev] Slight change to OSCroute and one last OSC license issue
hans at eds.org
Fri Jun 4 08:49:12 CEST 2004
Whatever is in CVS will basically become canonical by default since the
CVS version will be included in the Debian, MacOS X , and Windows
On Jun 2, 2004, at 1:11 AM, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> for your information: The OSCroute object in CVS has a slight change
> in its behaviour compared to earlier versions. This change actually
> shouldn't affect anyone (besides me) because it removed a feature that
> was undocumented anyways. (Earlier versions of OSCroute allowed
> wildcards in the test-pattern like /s* which was matching /sequence
> as well.)
> The current version does not match things like /seq on /s* anymore.
> The only wildcard allowed in the test-pattern is the string "/*" which
> splits off the first path component.
> Note that all kinds of wildcards in the incoming message are of course
> still allowed and evaluated.
> The second issue is regarding the licence of some files. These
> pd-specific source files still have the non-profit clause in it, which
> makes them non-free:
> I'd like to remove that clause and replace it with the upstream
> (Matt's) free license. So please if you contributed to one of these
> files, speak up now.
> I'd also like to suggest to make the Sourceforge OSC for Pd the
> canonical OSC for Pd. There already are several imporant changes done
> only there, I believe.
> If someone (Bryan?) isn't a Sourceforge developer yet but wants to
> directly update Pd-OSC just ask on pd-dev or me directly to get a dev
> account for Pd-CVS.
> That's it for now.
> Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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