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Old 07-30-2006, 03:54 PM   #1
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LXer: GPLv3 - The changes between GPLv2 and draft 2 of GPLv3


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For more information about GPLv3 and how to participate, see our GPLv3 project page. Below shows the combined text of version 2 of the GNU GPL and draft 2 of GNU GPL version 3. Text that was in version 2, but which is not in the second draft, has a line through it. Text which is new in draft two is in bold. [Interesting technique to see the changes; much clearer than other comparisons I've seen. -- grouch]

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