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Re: GPL v LGPL for libraries

> > Now everything is legal. But is there anything substantially different 
> > in these two cases? Except for implementation details, of course.
> Yes, there is. It is both inconvenient to write wrappers for each GPL
> function you wish to use, and inefficient as it is a lot of overhead to
> call one routine. The difference is encouragement that you should release
> the source to your program, and license it under the GPL.

As you noticed, I was talking about the program with released source,
and even more, releases with *free* license (say, similar to NPL).
And why do I need encouragment in this case?


Alex Y.

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