Gez wrote:The thing would be to just cut the MUSLIB code out in a branch, chainsaw-fix any compile error that arise (code doesn't need to be functional at that point, the point is just to make sure there's no remaining references to MUSLIB functions, structures, or constants), switch the license, then start restoring functionality by using GPL code from somewhere else. Once the OPL emulation works again, the branch can be merged.
Graf Zahl wrote:On the audio front there's actually two problems left to solve: Implement loop tags for music and replace the Muslib code. The problem with Muslib is a bit annoying: There is enough code out there but it's all strict GPL, meaning that it cannot be used in a gradual refactoring without some of the zealots crying foul.
Nash wrote:Notes: once GZDoom officially goes GPL, this fork will be obsolete and will be removed.
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