Would publishing documentation and source-code for a Rust-lang wrapper for the Zoom Windows SDK violate the copyright of the official Reference Documentation?
Today, I publishing a first development version of a shared library to use the C++ SDK with the Rust programming language. By default, documentation for public crates is hosted at docs.rs.
This is a link to the crate documentation: zoom_sdk_windows_sys - Rust . The tool bindgen automatically generated those bindings based on the C++ headers. I’m planning to publish another crate with an idiomatic wrapper, like the C# wrapper.
So, I wanted to ask the Zoom developers if they are okay with having this online, or that it would violate the terms or copyright of the Zoom SDK.