Nice find! RegEx is being worked on.
As far as the license goes...
I suppose if you interpret an .ipk to be a binary, you'd say you'd have to put the license and copyright notice in user-accessible documentation. I guess it's a binary, but once it's on the device it's source again, so that's a gray area..
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
other materials provided with the distribution.
I will look at other licenses. Suggestions?
Here's all the license needs to say:
- You're free to use, modify, distribute as long as you attribute by placing "puchk framework Copyright 2010 JDF Software http://www.jdf-software.com/puchk" in the source only, even if you're distributing binaries (ipk files, App Catalog, etc.)
- No warranty, liability, etc
- Can't use my name, company name, or framework name to endorse your product without prior written consent
If that's official enough for you, then go with it.