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Re: Reverse Engineering was: Re: pdepe and pdeval

From: c.
Subject: Re: Reverse Engineering was: Re: pdepe and pdeval
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2013 07:02:18 +0100

On 30 Nov 2013, at 03:52, ghaverla <address@hidden> wrote:

> I would like more information/feedback on this.
> Somebody in the geosciences wrote a matlab utility of marginal use to
> me (for an application that has nothing to do with the geosciences) .
> It is obvious they are in the geosciences, as the utility assumes km as
> the distance measurement.  I got sidetracked by other things, but I
> think my local files were more than 4 times as big as the original
> matlab source.  And I am talking code, not comments.
> If I do a global search and replace on variable names, the code is
> still the same.  To me.  The core of the code is useful.  And anyone
> reading a textbook in geophysics could probably produce similar code.
> For me, things were missing.  So I am adding code, and trying to do so
> in a way that I don't hard code "kilometers" into things.
> What has to change, to break the copyright tie to this library of
> matlab things, to make things unique?
> Gord

Who wrote the code you are using?
Did they put a license on it?
What was the license?


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