Add a reference to SageMath that was forgotten for a patch added with revision 537602.
@thierry: Correct me if I am wrong, but I think you took that patch from https://git.sagemath.org/sage.git/tree/build/pkgs/ecl/patches/src/implib.patch .
It is probably useful to acknowledge SageMath, both for reference and for copyright (by the way, I am trusting you that we can add to the ports tree all the patches you borrowed -- both for ecl and for maxima -- without legal issues: I am not a lawyer and I have not checked).
You are right: I thought I had acknowledged SageMath everywhere, but missed this one.
SageMath is released under GPLv3, GPLv2 for Maxima and LGPL for ECL, and unless explicitly stated otherwise, patches are released under the same license.
Okay with me,
I am not familiar about the intricacies of the upstream projects - could those changes also be acceptable there?
We talked about pointy hats long time ago and I never had the occasion to wear one. If I remember correctly, it's the hat I can wear to make trivial commits without the need to wait for maintainer approval or maintainer timeout: can I wear one now?
Nope, its that hat you wear, when you do that and it breaks the build additionally :P
@gerald: It must be it.
Do you think I can use a blanket approval here? The text you linked does not cover adding comments explicitely, but I guess that is not an exhausitive list. Moreover, I would found a bit absurd to mark a maintainer timeout for such a patch in case olgeni could not manage to look at it in time.