> > explicit about defining source code:
> > The source code for a work means the preferred form of the work for
> > making modifications to it.
> Erm... May I point you to the sysdep/libm-ieee754/e_j0.c? There's a bunch
> of constants of unknown origin. If you want to modify the implementation
> you most certainly want more than numeric values.
> Same goes for any tables that contain anything besides well-known constants.
Imagine the hell opening when you generate table of random numbers
with hardware generator :-). How do you write source of hardware
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