EGCG 9.0 and beyond

Peter Rice pmr at sanger.ac.uk
Thu Mar 20 09:02:58 EST 1997

In article <5gqqgq$nvv at news.u-strasbg.fr> pingouin at crystal.u-strasbg.fr (Francois JEANMOUGIN) writes:
>In article <PMR.97Mar19161952 at unst.sanger.ac.uk>,
> pmr at sanger.ac.uk writes:
>> As far as I know, GCG only completed the SDK licence agreement a few
>> days ago. I first saw a copy on the same day as another site mailed me
>> to ask about how it affects EGCG, so I think I must have been one of
>> the first. [...]
>	   The problem is that I can't understand why YOU, the EGCG maintainer,
>   should be treated as any other GCG site. I understood in Heidelberg that
>   EGCG is really a chance for GCG (and it was told to GCG that without 
>   EGCG, we will not use GCG, or not the same way).

But EGCG *is* getting special treatment. There will be a special SDK
to allow distribution of EGCG. The first one I saw was an amended
version, with the additions marked (I assume there were no deletions :-)
to allow distribution of EGCG. GCG were in contact about this well
before the SDK actually appeared.

Peter Rice                           | Informatics Division,
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