Re: cygwin.dll license (was Re: FreeQt ?)
Well, maybe the GPL is broken when it comes to situations like this. What
I don't understand is, if something doesn't contain any GPL'd code, how
can the GPL force me to put my product under it. So it has the interface
calls to library/.dll, copyrights don't cover how something works,
patents do. The GPL isn't a patent, so therefore only covers protecting
the product from being reused. Well if my product doesn't explicitly use
it, it shouldn't have to be under the GPL.
Just my 2 cents
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