||It has been suggested that JSHint be merged into this article. (Discuss) Proposed since January 2017.|
|Original author(s)||Douglas Crockford|
2011-10-11 / October 11, 2011
|Type||Static code analysis|
According to the Free Software Foundation, this clause makes the license non-free. The clause has also prevented JSLint-related software from being hosted on Google Code and from being included in the Debian free software package repositories. Because of this restriction, according to Crockford, IBM asked Crockford for a license to do evil, such that their customers could use it.
- command-line adaptation projects
- JSLint source file, including license
- JSMin isn't welcome on Google Code
- "Various Licenses and Comments About Them". Free Software Foundation.
- Re: The Software shall be used for Good, not Evil.
- 'Hasen el Judy. "IBM and its minions...".
- The JSON Saga by Douglas Crockford
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