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spdx-exceptions 2.3.0

list of SPDX standard license exceptions
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CC-BY-3.0
Package created
1 Aug 2015
Version published
20 Apr 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does spdx-exceptions do?

"spdx-exceptions" is a highly useful npm package aimed at exporting an array of exception identifiers provided under the Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX) software license metadata standard. Each string within the array signifies an identifier that represents a unique license exception. With the SPDX being a federally registered United States trademark of The Linux Foundation Corporation, this package offers a reliable process to manage and adhere to licensing exceptions.

How do you use spdx-exceptions?

Using "spdx-exceptions" is relatively straightforward. After installing the package, you can require it in your JavaScript file to access the array of license exceptions. Here is a simple demonstration of this:

var exceptions = require('spdx-exceptions');

console.log(exceptions);  // Logs the array of SPDX standard license exceptions.

Every element included within the exceptions array represents an identifier for a different license exception under the SPDX standard.

Where are the spdx-exceptions docs?

The "spdx-exceptions" documentation is largely found within the README file included in the GitHub repository for the package, which can be located at https://github.com/kemitchell/spdx-exceptions.json.git. Here you'll find key insights into the purpose and usage of the package, its purpose, copyright and licensing information, as well as detailed insights from the package creator, Kyle Mitchell.