Johannes Hoff wrote:
> I just got a request from a user of my Arduino syntax file for vim
> . He asks if I could put a license
on it. I'm thinking the MIT
or perhaps creative commons (CC-BY).
> It's not a big deal for a syntax file of course, but is there any
> standard for this? Anything I should think of to make sure it can be
> included in vim proper at some point ? I've seen one case of
> reusing the vim license , but it doesn't really seem to fit.
You can use the Vim license
. If you are not happy with that, make sure
that the lincense you pick is compatible with the Vim license
you would need to dual-license
it for distribution with Vim. Note that
this isn't so easy to verify.
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