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    Android contains directly copied Java code, strengthening Oracle's case



    Florian Mueller has been killing it these past few months with his analysis of various tech patent suits on his FOSSpatents blog, and today he's unearthed a pretty major bombshell: at least 43 Android source files that appear to have been directly copied from Java. That's a big deal, seeing as Oracle is currently suing Google for patent and copyright infringement in Android -- which isn't a hard case to prove when you've got 37 Android source files marked "PROPRIETARY / CONFIDENTIAL" and "DO NOT DISTRIBUTE" by Oracle / Sun and at least six more files in Froyo and Gingerbread that appear to have been decompiled from Java 2 Standard Edition and redistributed under the Apache open source license without permission. In simple terms? Google copied Oracle's Java code, pasted in a new license, and shipped it.

    Now, we've long thought Google's odd response to Oracle's lawsuit seemingly acknowledged some infringement, so we doubt this is a surprise in Mountain View, but we're guessing handset vendors aren't going to be so thrilled -- especially since using Android has already caused companies like HTC and Motorola to be hit with major patent lawsuits of their own. We'll see what happens, but in the meantime you should definitely hit up Florian's site for the full dirt -- it's some 47 pages worth of material, and it's dense, but if you're into this sort of thing it's incredibly interesting.

    http://fosspatents.blogspot.com/2011...cles-case.html

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    blablabla, de parca apple n-a furat de la nimeni

    get a life
    Nu-mi plac oamenii, sunt fiinte rele si fara caracter.

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    Si uite asa a fost gasit si Robin Hood al zilelor noastre, fura de la bogati si da "free"... la lume!


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    Quote Originally Posted by javrica View Post
    blablabla, de parca apple n-a furat de la nimeni

    get a life
    Raspunsul unui copil de 5 ani ar fi fost mai convingator .

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    N-am vrut sa fiu convingator, ma amuzam de insistenta cu care incerci sa ne convingi de anumite lucruri gen Apple e bune Google e nashpa

    Crede-ma ca daca as fi avut vointa si perseverenta ta as fi ajuns muult mai departe decat sunt acum. De ce nu incerci sa le folosesti pentru ceva care sa iti aduca profit?

    Si da, mai sus ti-am facut un compliment
    Nu-mi plac oamenii, sunt fiinte rele si fara caracter.

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    Era doar o proba ca Android fura de la Oracle , copiaza Apple , etc , dupa posibilitati .

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    Daca nu-mi face feste memoria la un moment dat a fost postat aici o schita care arata cine pe cine a dat in judecata pe motiv de intelectual property
    Nu-mi plac oamenii, sunt fiinte rele si fara caracter.

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    Macar aici avem dovezi .

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    Nu ma afecteaza, chiar daca profit de pe urma furtului

    O singura corectie: Google a furat de la SUN nu Android de la Java
    Nu-mi plac oamenii, sunt fiinte rele si fara caracter.

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    si eu care ma miram ca n-ai sarit plin de bucurie ca sa ne postezi stirea de pe engadget.
    am vazut topicul de abia acum.

    macar nu ai precizat cine de la cine fura, la titlu.
    ca si apple mai are apucaturi de genul:

    remember 2007 sau asta, asta, asta, asta, etc.

    nu... ei nu fura. ei doar imprumuta.
    dar e bine ca a reusit sa bage in cap clientilor ca ei sunt perfecti ca la carte.

    si sa revenim la acuzari. or avea un sambure mare de adevar si au cam calcat pe bec dar undeva ii si inteleg pentru ca in incurcatura cu licenta respectiva iti prinzi repede urechile. e mai complicat decat "google a furat cu nesimtire codul de sun":

    • Google uses a subset of the Apache Harmony Java implementation in Android.
    • Sun open-sourced Java Standard Edition under the GPL in 2006 and 2007, but didn't include a patent or copyright license with the code. In order to get that license, developers have to demonstrate compatibility with the Java specification.
    • The only way to demonstrate compatibility with the Java specification is to use Sun's Technology Compatibility Kit, or TCK, and Sun / Oracle and Apache have been bickering about the license for the Java TCK, or JCK, for years. (That's putting it lightly, actually. It's been more like a war.)
    • The only license Sun ever offered Apache for the JCK included significant "field of use" restrictions, including a restriction on mobile phones.
    • Because of these restrictions, Apache's never taken a JCK license to test Harmony.
    • Oracle used to be on Apache's side in demanding Sun loosen up the JCK licensing restrictions, but that changed as soon as it bought Sun out.
    • Google thinks this is very bad, and that Oracle and Sun are just big bullies who don't want Java to be open, even though being open is super amazing.
    • Because Apache doesn't have a license to test Harmony with the JCK, it doesn't have a license for Sun's Java patents and copyrights either.
    • Part of the reason Apache wants a JCK license is to assure its users they have the necessary IP rights.
    • Google knew all this and used parts of Harmony in Android anyway.
    si de parca google nu are programatori priceputi sa bage un cod si mai bun.
    dar le-o fii fost lene pe moment

    @ruk22
    bingo ...si de aia n-o sa intereseze pe nimeni, doar pe unii fanboy de la apple care s-au trezit acum sa arate cu degetul. cine daca nu ei


 

 

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