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Please add print-licenses #1432

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vindarel opened this Issue Jan 16, 2018 · 4 comments

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vindarel commented Jan 16, 2018

This utility allows to print licenses used by the given project and its dependencies.

You can fetch its sources from

https://github.com/vindarel/print-licenses.git

Example:

  (print-licenses 'fast-io)
  =>
  alexandria           | Public Domain / 0-clause MIT
  babel                | MIT
  cffi                 | MIT
  cffi-grovel          | MIT
  cffi-toolchain       | MIT
  fast-io              | NewBSD
  static-vectors       | MIT
  trivial-features     | MIT
  trivial-gray-streams | MIT
  uiop                 | Unspecified

It's a project put together from other people's utilities, full credit is given. MIT.

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xach commented Jan 30, 2018

This is a great idea, but the current build environment does not include quicklisp itself.

Is there any way to display this info from just ASDF operations?

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vindarel commented Feb 2, 2018

I don't know yet ! I'll answer when I can.

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koji-kojiro commented Feb 7, 2018

Can we use #-ql to avoid such problems?

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vindarel commented Feb 7, 2018

I just merged a PR by Ruricolist that should address this: vindarel/print-licenses#6

@quicklisp quicklisp added the canbuild label Sep 4, 2018

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