Not really anything, but it's not an accurate representation of the real
copyright and could be misleading.
On May 22, 2015 3:36 PM, "Programmingkid" <programmingkidx(a)gmail.com>
On May 22, 2015, at 4:48 AM, Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:
On 21/05/15 23:37, Alexander Graf wrote:
> On 21.05.15 19:44, Cormac O'Brien wrote:
>> On 21.05.15 12:18, Alexander Graf wrote:
>>> This requires at least a comment saying that the copyright isn't
actually on Apple's side.
Any legal things to be aware of here?
> Also, how much of that do they verify?
As best I can tell, it verifies all of "Copyright 1983-2001 Apple
Computer, Inc.", but it looks like I can add just about anything on
the end. Suggestions?
How about "Copyright 1983-2001 Apple Computer, Inc. THIS STRING IS ONLY
HERE BECAUSE OF MAC OS 9 COMPATIBILITY, COPYRIGHT IS WITH THE OPENBIOS
PROJECT AND ITS CONTRIBUTORS".
We could also try some evil client detection - if we know that only
MacOS uses the adler32 word, we could patch it to also update the
copyright string at the root node of the device tree which won't be
user-visible from Forth as the bootloader has already executed ;)
What is the worst thing that could happen if we just left this string in