Oleg Goldshmidt <ogoldshm...@NOSPAM.computer.org> writes:I was thinking about the same thing in May 1998 so I asked Mr. Stevens
> Incidentally, does anyone know whether the sources (or trivial parts
> of them, such as Stevens' system call wrappers) can be used in
> commercial software without violating copyrights? What's the license
> on this stuff?
about the copying policy. The question was about sources in UNIX
network programming -- 2nd edition and especially about the writen
function in Figure 3.15, page 78.
I noted in my mail that the copyright notice on page ii seems to
No part of this book may be reproduced, in any form or by any
The answer to my query from Richard was:
The publisher does indeed hold the copyright and they want to
The reply from the editor was:
You have Prentice Hall's permission to use this code snippet as long
Please let me know if you have any questions. Good luck!
If someone needs the mail address of the said editor on P-H, please
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