Questions tagged [GNU LGPL] (18)

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Is it possible to use LGPL as a library in a commercial product without opening the product code

What should be the linking? Necessarily static or dynamic? Do I need to put the text of the LGPL. Read the license itself, based on this response that the LGPL allows dynamic linking to keep your code closed. But want to be safe, therefore, I ask you! Thank you very much, still licenses the moment thin... And do I understa...
Otis.Shanahan asked October 10th 19 at 09:17
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Library for graphical interface under LGPL for commercial purposes (not Qt)?

Prompt please, whether there are worthy alternatives that you have heard or even used in their activities to develop interfaces for C++ projects. Interested in libraries, is different from the Qt with the LGPL or similar (including in a commercial product without opening their code). Thank you for your time!
Otis.Shanahan asked October 10th 19 at 09:16
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LGPL and static linking

Hello. The question is the following: Suppose there is a library, which at this time is difficult to compile dynamically, and it is necessary to use it in a program with a closed source. Wikipedia writes the following: Controversial is the question of whether LGPL permits static linking with proprietary software. Explicitl...
Alexandrea.Padberg asked October 10th 19 at 07:55
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What not to do with the component (Qt) under the LGPL (v2.1)

I want to use in your Qt application, I don't want to distribute source code. Maybe later I will want to sell it, that is the app in the future commercial. Tell me, where is the boundary of what is permitted LGPL? What I can't do not to get under (L)GPL violation? Until I realized that I can use dynamic linking and don't ...
Andreane.Abshi asked October 10th 19 at 00:22
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Using QT under the LGPL?

Strictly speaking, the question arose associated with the use of QT in proprietary software. As stated in the license: GNU LGPL for software development with a proprietary license, but no changes in Qt. But there are important limitation — the program itself should consist of one file, and the license LGPL should I use the...
stan_Whit asked October 10th 19 at 00:10
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The choice of license for open source Android apps?

Can't understand what license I need to lay out the project. Project — Android app. Requirement:Not app to collect and sellYou can't sell even if you rewrite itIn open-source projects based on my should be stated authorship Anyone can build an original or modified project and distribute it for free by any means.
Lynn_Stok asked October 8th 19 at 03:40
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The licensing process opensource FOR?

I wanted to lay out a few of their developments freely available for example under the LGPL. And to make this all a couple of documentation sites. But after reading this topic, I came to the conclusion that not everything is so simple and even there are plenty of organizations (such as SPI or SFC) that are engaged in the pr...
Easton61 asked October 7th 19 at 21:44
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Is it possible to use the library under the LGPL in a commercial project, the source code which is encoded with ionCube?

There is a paid engine, written in PHP whose code is encoded using ionCube. Before all third-party libraries which this engine is used, distributed under the MIT license. Is it possible in next update to include in its composition a PHP library, released under LGPL 2.1? (the source code of all libraries from third party dev...
tiara69 asked October 7th 19 at 21:07
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Mycode.rb + LGPL gem =?

There is a script that uses a gem under the LGPL. Is it possible to release "mycode.rb" under a different license? The most similar question was here, but it's not fully disclosed the use of interpreters. As far as I know, using even the GPL is distributed through standard interfaces (transmission of commands as strings, th...
Marco_Bins asked October 7th 19 at 18:16
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What you need to do to not violate the LGPL v3?

I am in my course work I use a library licensed under the LGPLv3. The program is written in C# and uses dynamic linking. What do I need to do to not violate the license LGPLv3? Specifically, I had the following questions: Do I need to distribute the source codes of used libraries? Do I need to specify in the program (Abo...
pattie.Turner asked September 27th 19 at 01:44