Python License Projects
:mag_right: ScanCode detects licenses, copyrights, package manifests & dependencies and more by scanning code ... to discover and inventory open source and third-party packages used in your code.Project mention: User beware: Modified AGPLv3 removes freedoms, adds legal headaches | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-04-07
Hey, pabs3! Actually this is not using a rolling checksum for detection but rather a combo of language model, checksums, automatons, bitvectors, inverted indexes and multiple sequences alignment (e.g. a specialized diff). I put some docs there to explain the approach at ahttps://github.com/nexB/scancode-toolkit/blob/develop/src/li...
Check python packages from requirement.txt and report issuesProject mention: Italian Courts Find Open Source Software Terms Enforceable | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-12-27
Good doctors and drivers make mistakes, too, and they still face liability for those mistakes.
I think that if your company is large enough, you should have employees, or pay someone, to mirror your dependencies and automate license checks. There are projects that do the latter already. You can loop your lawyers in if licenses change to ensure you don't violate them. If (A)GPL code still ships in proprietary products, that's a process problem that the company needs to solve.
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