Canonical way to license Android applications?

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Canonical way to license Android applications?

Postby mathuin » Fri Jul 31, 2009 4:38 am

I am cleaning up my app to be released on the market. What's the canonical way to indicate the license under which the code is released? I've stuck cut-and-paste's of the MIT license in my .xml and .java files but I also have .png files. Normally I'd just create a LICENSE file and stick it in the top directory but I'm not sure if that's the Android Way. Thoughts?
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Postby mathuin » Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:48 am

I ended up going with the LICENSE file in the top-level directory, but I'm still interested in the right answer.
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