tests: fix main symbol duplication
mazocomp at disroot.org
Fri Feb 8 11:33:08 UTC 2019
On Fri, Feb 08, 2019 at 12:51:23PM +0200, Pekka Paalanen wrote:
> Weird indeed. Did you manually edit the patch, or copy & paste it?
Copied & pasted it, next time I'll include them in MIME
> > I don't know how to do that, besides I have no intention to license code
> > I submit, so you are completely free to use it.
> The way you do that is you put
> Signed-off-by: Your Real Name <email at address>
> at the end of each commit message. You can check almost any existing
> Wayland commit for an example.
> If you do not license your code under the very license the project is
> using, then we cannot take your contributions at all. No license means
> no-one can do anything with it, particularly redistribute it. I once saw
> someone say: the copyright law makes no difference between your patch
> and the latest Disney movie.
> No license: no rights.
> "Feel free to use it" is not a license. We really do need a valid
> license for all contributions. The way that happens is that people
> check the project license (in this case it is duplicated in the top of
> almost every source file, and in the COPYING file at the root
> directory) and agree to that. Putting your S-o-b in the commit message
> is an explicit indicator that you agree, but also the fact that you
> sent a patch at all can also be taken as an agreement.
Ok, got it.
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