Anyone have issues with Lisp-LGPL?



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Anyone have issues with Lisp-LGPL?

Postby tayss_temp2 » Thu, 19 Aug 2004 15:08:03 GMT

Does anyone know of "issues" with the LLGPL? That Lisp-specific

I've skimmed the net a bit and found no controversy, but it might be
useful to ask around. Just in case.


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Here is what I have. I know gets(), strcat strcpy() shouldn't be used.
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#include <stdio.h>
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#define BUFF 20

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    static char *output[BUFF];
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    char tel[] = "tel ";
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