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Re: Qt Freed!

From: Raul Miller <rdm@test.legislate.com>
> > This is difficult:  You can't compile a program against Harmony then use
> > it with Qt.  So somebody has to explicitly combine the GPLed work with Qt.

Bruce Perens <bruce@pixar.com> wrote:
> I didn't communicate my point effectively. Given that Harmony was
> link-compatible with Qt Free Edition, could you develop a proprietary
> application with Harmony, and could users then run it with Qt? Does
> Harmony actually have to _work_ for you to do this?

Yes, if it doesn't work you're not going to be able to develop your
proprietary application with Harmony.  You'll be able to come up with a
first draft, and maybe you'll be able to get it to compile, but as you
know, there's a lot more that goes on during development.


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