I and Jacek began a while back discussing the Tiger implementation in DC++. The implementation is a C++ port of the original C code available on the official Tiger website; http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~biham/Reports/Tiger/
What was noticable about the C code was that there was no license attached; this means that the implementation fall under default copyright laws (in this case, US laws). As such, any type of modification or derivative (which the C++ implementation might be considered as) is most likely not directly allowed.
I sent an e-mail to the authors to rectify the situation and make sure there is sound lawful ground for DC++, other derivatives and users of the C++ code.
This is an excerpt from the blog; DC++: Just These Guys, Ya Know?. To read the full post, read Copyright notice for Tiger implementations.
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