Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th May 2011 21:46 UTC
Apple Apple has released the source code for WebKit in iOS 4.3, which it had been withholding for eight weeks. However, according yo Jay 'saurik' Freeman, they are still not, and never have been, in compliance with the LGPL. "Apple's provided source code (which /is/ heavily modified for the iPhone) [...] isn't even complete enough to compile (it is missing a bunch of code for the WAK* classes), so Apple has simply never been in compliance with this license," Saurik writes. So, it would seem that Apple is still violating the LGPL, and has been doing so for a very long time. Funny how this never makes it to mainstream technology sites. I guess they find their pre-release review devices more important.
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RE: Just relax
by _xmv on Tue 10th May 2011 09:26 UTC in reply to "Just relax"
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you're writing "if they want to infrige GPL, fine, the code is theirs! hey its Apple its ok!"

are you out of your mind?
if you modify Apple's stuff do you think they'll let you claim it yours and even make money on it?
what a joke

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