author Ryan C. Gordon <>
Mon, 22 Oct 2012 23:40:52 -0400
changeset 1306 bf155bd2127b
parent 1302 2358ddb89d35
child 1365 34ebe997c5c0
permissions -rw-r--r--
Use .tar.bz2 for "make dist" instead of .tar.gz Mercurial's tgz archiver is writing the full output path into the archive, causing things like 7-zip to uncompress it to "Users/icculus/projects/physfs-2.0.2.tar" instead of just "physfs-2.0.2.tar". It seems reasonable to believe everyone has .tar.bz2 support by now anyhow.

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Notes, separate from the license. This is not legal advice.

Versions of PhysicsFS prior to 0.1.9 are licensed under the GNU Lesser General
 Public License, which restricts you significantly more. For your own safety,
 please make sure you've got 0.1.9 or later if you plan to use physfs in a
 commercial or closed-source project.

Optional pieces of PhysicsFS may fall under other licenses, please consult
your lawyer for legal advice, which this is not...

   zlib: if you enable ZIP archive support, PhysicsFS uses zlib. Its license
         requirements are identical to PhysicsFS.
         Please see zlib123/README for details.

   lzma: if you enable LZMA (7zip) support, PhysicsFS uses the lzma sdk.
         It uses the LGPL license, with exceptions for closed-source programs.
         Please see lzma/lzma.txt for details.