[s1mp3-dev] S1MP3 is FreeBSD
csbluechip at gmail.com
Thu Jun 15 14:19:43 CDT 2006
The s1mp3 project is licensed under the FreeBSD structure.
>I'd rather keep it at GPL, LGPL is a bit icky with the whole linking
>stuff. If anyone would like to get another kind of licensing, they can
>always contact me, tho'.
>Ow, while we're at the complete licensing stuff: What about we license
>SWAN under the (L)GPL instead of a BSD-license? That way, Actions can't
>just copy our code and make a profit out of it, which, considering the
>help they gave us, I see as a Bad Thing.
>On Thu, 15 Jun 2006, Wladston Viana F Filho wrote:
> > WOW!!!
> > Jeroen, CONGRATULATIONS :)
> > This sounds like a great step on the development efforts. But - could you
> > change the licensing to LGPL instead of GPL ? Using GPL would make
> > everything that uses your part of the code become GPL too...
> > Also, any documentation on how the magic works, for we to make a nice wiki
> > page about it ?
> > Once more, very well done, man! :)
> > On 6/15/06, Jeroen Domburg <jeroen at sprite.student.utwente.nl> wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> After digging deep in the s1fwx source, various usb dumps etc, I proudly
> >> present you: loadram v0.1.
> >> What does this program do? Very simple: You connect your mp3 player to
> >> your USB port (in fw update mode, for now), enter 'loadram myprog.bin' and
> >> the data in 'myprog.bin' is executed. The program data is executed as a
> >> subroutine: executing a 'ret' returns to the firmware update mode
> >> instantly, which is great for small testing programs to figure out how the
> >> hardware works.
> >> For now, the program only runs under Linux, but porting it to Windows
> >> should be a breeze: just copy the device.c file from s1fwx and compile,
> >> and it _should_ run without too much errors. I don't have Visual C and I
> >> don't like Windows, so the porting will have to be done by someone else
> >> more knowledged in that area.
> >> Anyway, it's downloadable at
> >> http://sprite.student.utwente.nl/~jeroen/projects/s1mp3/loadram-0.1.tgz ,
> >> and it includes 2 test programs which write a pattern to the LCD.
> >> Jeroen
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> > --
> > Wladston Viana Ferreira Filho
> > Belo Horizonte - MG, Brasil
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