Re: python 2.0 license
> Anyway, something else: Could somebody please comment if the following is
> - Linking GPL C code with Python2.0 license C code violates the GPL.
> + Linking LGPL C code with Python2.0 license C code is no problem.
> (since the LGPL doesn't infect a greater work)
both sound accurate
> + Running GPL Python code on Python2.0 is no problem as well.
correct, I can license a script however I like. HOWEVER, if I do
'import foo' and foo falls under the python 2.0 license this may cause issues.
Which basically means GPL'ed python scripts may have problems. Just like a GPL
C app linking a non-free library.
> + Running Python2.0 license-style Python code on a GPL Python1.52 would be
> no problem.
python 1.52 was not gpl, it was essentially BSD.