On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 9:42 AM, DUBILLOT Aurelien
Post by DUBILLOT Aurelien
I read on your website that PostgreSQL source code is free for use and
modification, but in my case I am working on a project where we are
generating our own setup and we would like to integrate PostgreSQL setup
This isn't really a bug, but...
Yes. You are allowed to do that. Just include a file with the
PostgreSQL license and copyright. This is how I did it for a derived
Copyright (c) 2012-2013, Heroku
All rights reserved.
Portions are derived from the PostgreSQL Project. The copyright for
those can be found in POSTGRES-COPYRIGHT. Otherwise, the license is
The license I have chosen is afterwards. POSTGRES-COPYRIGHT is just a
copy of the postgres COPYRIGHT file.
(https://github.com/fdr/pg_logfebe/ if you are curious)
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