> On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 4:19 PM, gg<gg@...> wrote:
>> Both versions of the GPL require you to provide all the source necessary to
>> build the software, including supporting libraries, compilation scripts, and
>> so on.
> > From the page you linked:
> "For instance, when you host object code on a web or FTP server, you
> can simply provide instructions that tell visitors how to get the
> source from a third-party server. Thanks to this new option,
> fulfilling this requirement should be easier for many small
> distributors who only make a few changes to large bodies of source."
This section specifically is addressed to conveying modified code. I have been
under the impression that
if the program is unmodified, the only requirement (GPLv2 or GPLv3) is that the
recipient knows the license,
including knowing where/how to get the source.
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