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So about railt. railt is a nice project https://ru.railt.org/ but they have fork the compiler library (some other too). So they kept the header in the file, so it’s not an issue, and what they have made is totally in concordance of the license. But most of the time, ethically, when you fork a project, you say it clearly and explicitely on the documentation and the repository.
For me because of the fork, we can say it as an information, but we should not promote it and saying they integrate us.
What do you think about it?