AMS, let me get this straight; either Castle or Pace stole GPL code, and you're pissed off the Linux community are annoyed at this?
Why should the copyright owners give Castle any good-will? Castle have taken from them and given nothing back. In fact, when they were contacted about this, they simply stripped the function signatures from the offending code and carried on as normal.
Castle are firmly in the wrong here. They should be the ones apologising and bending over backwards to make up for their wrong-doing.
I know I certainly wouldn't expect any sympathy if I were pirating RISC OS.
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