>>>> David Kastrup <dak(a)gnu.org> writes:
David> You have to arrange the files and write some template files.
OK. Doesn't sound that complicated. What are the template files for?
We are just compiling elisp-files. Where do the templates come in?
> I wasn't aware that there are legal issues here. Please
David> The GPL states
Oh, that legal issue ;-)
David> That means that a binary package can't be rebuilt by unpacking
David> it into the XEmacs package build structure, yet the XEmacs team
David> claims that it delivers "full source code".
OK. I think I see your point. If there is a "full source code" claim
and it is found offensive I think IMHO that it should be dropped. A
reference to the AUCTeX-package and where it can be found should
suffice though to satisfy the GPL (But I'm no lawyer etc etc)
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