Liblicense is a library to assist in the aggregation of license data and the embedding of license data within a file. It also provides the license data of common licenses, such as those by Creative Commons and GNU's GPL and LGPL.
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Release Notes: This is the first separate release of the libLicense Gnome integration. Since the bundled 0.3 release, the GTK license chooser widget has gained an explicit "No license" option with some slight behavior changes, including a warning for unknown license attribute combinations. The Nautilus properties page now displays "No license" when a file has no license instead of the system default license.
Release Notes: This release features a reorganization of the code, creating three separate packages. This library release introduces minor changes to the license chooser and Python bindings.
Release Notes: This is the first version to feature desktop integration. It now features Gnome Nautilus integration: licenses are displayed and can be written from within Nautilus. The integration also takes advantage of emblems to visibly display files as licensed. Additionally, it features new modules supporting reading from and writing licenses to MSOffice (pre-2007), FLAC, Ogg+FLAC, MusePack, and SMIL.
Release Notes: This release features a command line program, license, which can be used to get, set, and list licenses.