One of them is: https://github.com/olado/doT
Now, the MIT license states:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
Though, the source code of the minified library only contains:
/* Laura Doktorova https://github.com/olado/doT */
So, my question is: since using the library I am, in a way, "distributing" it (the client is getting a copy of it), do I have to replace the comment with the full text of the MIT license? Am I even allowed to do that?
And what about when the comment is something like:
// 2011-2014, Laura Doktorova, https://github.com/olado/doT
// Licensed under the MIT license.
(In this case, the comment references the MIT license).
There are many many libraries with comments like this instead of the full MIT license (which is distributed with the library, but in a separate file) including, for instance, jQuery.
Here, I am interested in what I am required to do, not in wht I should do (for a better understanding of the MIT license).
Thank you very much in advance!