Marco van de Voort marcov at stack.nl
Sun Jun 10 01:00:29 CEST 2001

> On Fri, 8 Jun 2001, feksio wrote:
> >         At first: I'm Mike. In two years I'm going to pass my high
> > school diploma certificate. I'm also going to choose informatics as an
> > extra subject. So what the problem is ... I was wondering if it is
> > legal to install Free Pascal in my school (I think so, but I'm not
> > sure, because school is always a public institution). There is also
> > another question: is it legal if my shool will declare Free Pascal as
> > an Official High School Diploma Compiler (it is necessary to make it
> > possible to make high school diploma exam in Free Pascal).
> The answer to both questions is "yes". You can use FPC for whatever you
> want, wherever you want and you can declare it whatever you want :)

Except that if you sell it, you also have to provide it for a nominal fee 
(media costs). 

Read the GNU GPL license for more details. (the compiler itself is 
GPL, libraries are LGPL)

Marco van de Voort (MarcoV at Stack.nl or marco at freepascal.org)

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