About This Content
This is an unmodified binary release of RXTX-2.1-7r2 as downloaded
from http://www.rxtx.org, with
the following exceptions:
- RXTXCommDriver.java v18.104.22.168 was compiled from RXTX CVS and included
in order to support disabling version print on startup (set System Property
-Dgnu.io.rxtx.NoVersionOutput=true). This is RXTX
- CommPortIdentifier.java: Include the Fix for RXTX
due to which CommPortOwnership events are lost. The original
fix from bugzilla is included in this version of the library.
- Linux native library was built without lockfiles (contrary to
the original distribution) in order to allow easier use. See
the file BUILD_INFO.txt in gnu.io.rxtx.linux.x86 and
gnu.io.rxtx.linux.x86_64 for details.
- Solaris native library was linked statically in order to avoid
dependency on libgcc_s (RXTX
See the file BUILD_INFO.txt in gnu.io.rxtx.solaris.sparc
RXTX License v 2.1 - LGPL v 2.1 + Linking Over Controlled Interface.
RXTX is a native interface to serial ports in java.
Copyright 1997-2007 by Trent Jarvi firstname.lastname@example.org and others who
actually wrote it. See individual source files for more information.
A copy of the LGPL v 2.1 may be found at
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.txt on March 4th 2007. A copy is
here for your convenience.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
Lesser General Public License for more details.
An executable that contains no derivative of any portion of RXTX, but
is designed to work with RXTX by being dynamically linked with it,
is considered a "work that uses the Library" subject to the terms and
conditions of the GNU Lesser General Public License.
The following has been added to the RXTX License to remove
any confusion about linking to RXTX. We want to allow in part what
section 5, paragraph 2 of the LGPL does not permit in the special
case of linking over a controlled interface. The intent is to add a
Java Specification Request or standards body defined interface in the
future as another exception but one is not currently available.
As a special exception, the copyright holders of RXTX give you
permission to link RXTX with independent modules that communicate with
RXTX solely through the Sun Microsytems CommAPI interface version 2,
regardless of the license terms of these independent modules, and to copy
and distribute the resulting combined work under terms of your choice,
provided that every copy of the combined work is accompanied by a complete
copy of the source code of RXTX (the version of RXTX used to produce the
combined work), being distributed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General
Public License plus this exception. An independent module is a
module which is not derived from or based on RXTX.
Note that people who make modified versions of RXTX are not obligated
to grant this special exception for their modified versions; it is
their choice whether to do so. The GNU Lesser General Public License
gives permission to release a modified version without this exception; this
exception also makes it possible to release a modified version which
carries forward this exception.
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