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In the case that Oracle wins solely on Structure, Sequence, and Organization, I don't see how such a ruling immediately spells doom for competitors trying to interoperate.

Competitors can still publish a functionally identical but differently organized API, then provide a competitor2us.sh script to statically change references to their own API. Sure, the friction is higher, but not unreasonable.




Wow. This makes sense.




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