[fpc-pascal] Scripting in FPC

Kornel Kisielewicz charon at magma-net.pl
Fri Feb 10 10:45:53 CET 2006

Michael Van Canneyt napisaƂ(a):
> On Fri, 10 Feb 2006, Kornel Kisielewicz wrote:
>> Ugh, sorry to drop into this thread, but that reminded me of a problem 
>> I have. I'm not much oriented in licences, hence I ask your help -- I 
>> created a collection of FPC units, game-dev oriented, and I wanted to 
>> release them to the public for I (and maybe only myself ^_^) think 
>> they might be useful for others. After little tought I decided on LGPL 
>> - but a friend of mine brought to my attention, that people using the 
>> library will still be forced to open their sources if using my library 
>> -- which is not what I wanted.
> The FPC license explicitly allows this.

Yeah, if it wouldn't I probably wouldn't use FPC :-).

>> I heard something about the FPC RTL licence -- maybe thats the type of 
>> licence I need? Also, what would you guys suggest?
> You can use the FPC RTL license for that. It is LGPL, but explicitly
> allows the use in closed-source software.

That would ne fine. Is there a version of the FPC RTL Licence that I can 
use without modification? I mean one that doesn't explicite mention FPC RTL?
At your service,
Kornel Kisielewicz (adminATchaosforge.org) [http://chaosforge.org]
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