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On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 8:44 AM, Paige DePol <> wrote:
> Coda Highland <> wrote:
>> On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 8:11 AM, Paige DePol <> wrote:
>>> I will leave the original copyright in the Lua header files where it
>>> currently is, as well as appending the new information. I will then also
>>> advise the user of the patch that they should include the MIT licence
>>> information, with the Lua copyright, somewhere in their documentation, or
>>> if they have a GUI perhaps in their acknowledgements section should they
>>> have one. Or, at the very least, in a README file of some sort.
>> I would strengthen that up to a "must" instead of a "should" since
>> that's part of the terms giving you permission to distribute the code
>> at all. But yes, that's the right strategy.
>>> So, just to be clear... currently in the "lua.h" header file the license
>>> is at the end of the file with the PUC-Rio copyright followed by the body
>>> of the MIT license. Would it be appropriate to simply add an additional
>>> copyright line below the PUC-Rio copyright?
>>> For example, if I were to alter the license for Lunia:
>>> Copyright (C) 1994-2017, PUC-Rio.
>>> Copyright (C) 2017 FizzyPop Studios.
>>> Thanks again for your feedback, Coda, it is appreciated! :)
>> That is precisely the right way to do it.
>> /s/ Adam
> Excellent, thank you for your assistance Adam...
> ...or Coda, you seem to have two names! ;)
> ~Paige

Real name (Adam) vs. handle (Coda), I answer to both. :P

/s/ Adam