Strategy (was Re: Improving copyright)

Benoît Sibaud bsibaud at
Sat May 15 20:18:21 UTC 2004

> I would argue it's not a Linux binary - I know that's slicing words. 
> Ok clarified version: "A Linux binary from 1996 of a similar 
> complexity to typical binaries running on Windows at the same period 
> stands *zero* *chance* of running unmodified on the latest Linux 
> without some form of library emulation package". Quite a mouthful, 
> which is why I didn't write it first time.
It was at least available in 1996/10 (cf

$ usr/bin/ddd-2.0-i586-unknown-linux-static 

I got a nice X Window with:

DDD 2.0 (i586-unknown-linux), by Dorothea Lütkehaus and Andreas Zeller.
Copyright © 1995, 1996 Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany.

Free software 2 - Stats 0
and ddd is probably more complex than a typical 1996 Windows binary }:-]

Benoît Sibaud
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