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Revision6629 (tree)
Time2017-03-15 17:32:24
Authordoda

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利用ライブラリのライセンス本文を追加 [Ttssh2-devel 3214]

・CygTerm+ のライセンスとして COPYING(GPLv2) を cygterm ディレクトリに追加、

関連ファイルを修正。

・鬼車, SFMT, Cygterm+ のライセンス本文をヘルプファイルに含めるようにした。

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--- trunk/teraterm/common/helpid.h (revision 6628)
+++ trunk/teraterm/common/helpid.h (revision 6629)
@@ -150,6 +150,9 @@
150150 #define HlpRefDev 80005
151151 #define HlpRefPutty 80006
152152 #define HlpRefSource 80007
153+#define HlpRefOniguruma 80008
154+#define HlpRefSFMT 80009
155+#define HlpRefCygterm 80010
153156
154157 #define HlpMacro 90000
155158 #define HlpMacroExec 90001
--- trunk/doc/ja/html/index.html (revision 6628)
+++ trunk/doc/ja/html/index.html (revision 6629)
@@ -139,6 +139,9 @@
139139 <LI><A HREF="reference/OpenSSL-LICENSE.txt">OpenSSL ライセンス</A></LI>
140140 <LI><A HREF="reference/OpenSSH-LICENSE.txt">OpenSSH ライセンス</A></LI>
141141 <LI><A HREF="reference/PuTTY-LICENSE.txt">PuTTY ライセンス</A></LI>
142+ <LI><A HREF="reference/Oniguruma-LICENSE.txt">鬼車 ライセンス</A></LI>
143+ <LI><A HREF="reference/SFMT-LICENSE.txt">SFMT ライセンス</A></LI>
144+ <LI><A HREF="reference/CygTerm+-LICENSE.txt">CygTerm+ ライセンス</A></LI>
142145 <LI><A HREF="reference/develop.txt">開発者向け</A></LI>
143146 <LI><A HREF="reference/sourcecode.html">ソースコード解説</A></LI>
144147 </UL>
--- trunk/doc/convtext.bat (revision 6628)
+++ trunk/doc/convtext.bat (revision 6629)
@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
1+perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\oniguruma\COPYING --o en\html\reference\Oniguruma-LICENSE.txt --c euc-jp --l unix
2+perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\oniguruma\COPYING --o ja\html\reference\Oniguruma-LICENSE.txt --c euc-jp --l unix
13 perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\oniguruma\doc\RE --o en\html\reference\RE.txt --c euc-jp --l unix
24 perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\oniguruma\doc\RE.ja --o ja\html\reference\RE.txt --c euc-jp --l unix
35 perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\openssl\LICENSE --o en\html\reference\OpenSSL-LICENSE.txt --c euc-jp --l unix
@@ -4,3 +6,7 @@
46 perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\openssl\LICENSE --o ja\html\reference\OpenSSL-LICENSE.txt --c euc-jp --l unix
57 perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\putty\LICENCE --o en\html\reference\PuTTY-LICENSE.txt --c shiftjis --l crlf
68 perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\putty\LICENCE --o ja\html\reference\PuTTY-LICENSE.txt --c shiftjis --l crlf
9+perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\SFMT\LICENSE.txt --o en\html\reference\SFMT-LICENSE.txt --c shiftjis --l unix
10+perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\libs\SFMT\LICENSE.txt --o ja\html\reference\SFMT-LICENSE.txt --c shiftjis --l unix
11+perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\cygterm\COPYING --o en\html\reference\CygTerm+-LICENSE.txt --c shiftjis --l unix
12+perl ..\installer\2sjis.pl --i ..\cygterm\COPYING --o ja\html\reference\CygTerm+-LICENSE.txt --c shiftjis --l unix
--- trunk/doc/en/html/index.html (revision 6628)
+++ trunk/doc/en/html/index.html (revision 6629)
@@ -139,6 +139,9 @@
139139 <LI><A HREF="reference/OpenSSL-LICENSE.txt">License of OpenSSL</A></LI>
140140 <LI><A HREF="reference/OpenSSH-LICENSE.txt">License of OpenSSH</A></LI>
141141 <LI><A HREF="reference/PuTTY-LICENSE.txt">License of PuTTY</A></LI>
142+ <LI><A HREF="reference/Oniguruma-LICENSE.txt">License of Oniguruma</A></LI>
143+ <LI><A HREF="reference/SFMT-LICENSE.txt">License of SFMT</A></LI>
144+ <LI><A HREF="reference/CygTerm+-LICENSE.txt">License of CygTerm+</A></LI>
142145 <LI><A HREF="reference/develop.txt">For developer</A>
143146 <LI><A HREF="reference/sourcecode.html">Source Code Overview</A></LI>
144147 </UL>
--- trunk/cygterm/COPYING (revision 0)
+++ trunk/cygterm/COPYING (revision 6629)
@@ -0,0 +1,339 @@
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--- trunk/cygterm/Makefile (revision 6628)
+++ trunk/cygterm/Makefile (revision 6629)
@@ -68,4 +68,4 @@
6868 rm -f $(BINDIR)/$(CFG)
6969
7070 $(ARCHIVE) : $(SRC) $(ICO) $(CFG) $(LAUNCH_SRC) README README-j Makefile
71- tar cf - $(SRC) $(ICO) $(CFG) $(LAUNCH_SRC) README README-j Makefile | gzip > $(ARCHIVE)
71+ tar cf - $(SRC) $(ICO) $(CFG) $(LAUNCH_SRC) COPYING README README-j Makefile | gzip > $(ARCHIVE)
--- trunk/cygterm/README (revision 6628)
+++ trunk/cygterm/README (revision 6629)
@@ -75,6 +75,7 @@
7575
7676 README - this file
7777 README-j - original README in Japanese
78+ COPYING - GNU General Pulic License (GPL) Version 2
7879 Makefile - MAKEFILE for installation
7980 cygterm.cc - program source code
8081 cygterm.cfg - configuration file
@@ -81,7 +82,7 @@
8182
8283 * CygTerm is a free software distributed under the terms of the GNU
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85+ See COPYING. (https://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html)
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