hypothetical(?) GPL problem
wk at gnupg.org
Thu Jun 21 16:51:30 UTC 2001
|| On Thu, 21 Jun 2001 18:27:09 +0200
|| Klaus Schilling <pessy at chez.com> wrote:
ks> There's no such thing as libraries being restricted from being linked against
ks> commercial programs.
You mean proprietary, I guess.
Of course there are restrictions. That is the whole point of having
the GNU Lesser General Public License. However I won't use the LPGL
for any new projects. I have been asked several times to change GnuPG
to the LGPL so that it will be possible to build "more customer
friendly GNU/Linux distribution". Guess what they mean by this.
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