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On Sat, Jun 10, 2000 at 04:22:59PM +0000, Jimmy O'Regan wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Jun 2000, Carl B. Constantine wrote:
> ) That's in Binary form. What about just distributing the Source (the (L)GPL'd
> ) part) and leaving it up to the user to compile and link to Qt. I don't see
> ) this as violating the GPL in any way.

> The license violation is the same whether in source or binary form - the
> GPL can't be linked against Qt, no matter who does the linking.


The GPL covers distribution not use. You could link GPLed code against
anything you like - change it as much as you like. The only thing you 
can't do is restrict the rights of the people you distribute that code 


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