Commit c66d5012 authored by Ritesh Raj Sarraf's avatar Ritesh Raj Sarraf Committed by Emanuele Aina

Add libtool to license exception list

The GPLv3 licensed build files, which are present in the source archive, are
only used to build the binary package. As such, the libtool package,
which has its source code licensed under GPLv2, is not in violation of
the GPLv3.

Apertis: https://phabricator.apertis.org/T6157Signed-off-by: Ritesh Raj Sarraf's avatarRitesh Raj Sarraf <ritesh.sarraf@collabora.com>
parent 265a3f94
......@@ -39,3 +39,19 @@ Each exception must provide the following informations:
| | It is not intended that the user of Apertis devices uses gcc on the target. |
| | This usage is explicitely allowed by gcc authors thanks to the |
| | [GCC Runtime Library Exceptions](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gcc-exception-3.1-faq.html) |
## libtool
| name | description |
| ---- | ----------- |
| project | libtool |
| location | OBS |
| component | apertis:*:target |
| date | August 05, 2019 |
| validator | ritesh |
| rule | No GPL v3 |
| reason | libtool is granted exception to be present in target repository component |
| | because all the source files are licensed under the GPLv2 |
| | with the exception of build files, which are licensed under GPLv3. |
| | These build files are used only to build the binary package |
| | and are not GPLv3 violations for the built binary packages |
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