@sheogorath @bagder it means they are legally allowed to not only include it in a sold, closed-source project, but also gives them partial immunity in requiring to support it, as it’s not their project.
It’s a dick move, but Apple is under no requirement to either support cURL financially or otherwise. Microsoft does the same thing.
Part-in-parcel of open source: You can bundle it together, so long as the license is followed, they (along with the authors) have no requirements to support it.
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