[fpc-pascal] Scripting in FPC
Marco van de Voort
marcov at stack.nl
Fri Feb 10 11:22:49 CET 2006
> Marco van de Voort napisa?(a):
> >>> That is not possible with the GPL, LGPL or even the FPC RTL license. If
> >>> you require such credit, people will also not be able to use your
> >>> library in a (L)GPL product, because the resulting license will be
> >>> incompatible with the (L)GPL..
> >> Understood. But I guess I can live with that :-). Yet, that brings up
> >> the idea of double-licencing -- licencing the library as (L)GPL for use
> >> with (L)GPL software, and a parallel licence for use in closed source
> >> software in which case attribution is needed. I guess that would be
> >> possible...
> > As long as you own all rights to the lib this is possible. However if you
> > use parts with different licenses in your lib, this could be troublesome.
> > (e.g. Jedi-SDL headers or so)
> Actually the Jedi-SDL headers are under the MPL.
This afaik isn't that far off from the FPC version of the LGPL.
> As for the problem itself -- the library uses the headers, but doesn't
> include them, so I guess the problem is not applicable?
Easy to check. Is the implementation empty? Doesn't e.g. wrap and dynload?
One could of course always plead the "trivial" defense in such case.
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