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Re: lprng license

On 29 Jan 1999, John Hasler wrote:

> > The GNU GPL does limit commercial use--you can't incorporate GPL'd code
> > into your commercial product if you aren't going to distribute source
> > code and the right to redistribute.
> The GPL does not limit use in any way:
>   Activities other than copying, distribution and modification are not
>   covered by this License; they are outside its scope.  The act of running
>   the Program is not restricted,....


What I said was clear enough.

It doesn't limit 'use of the program in a commercial environment'.  It
limits 'commercial use of the code, by modifying it and selling the
resultant binaries without providing source'.

> > This is, IMO, what the author is referring to.
> It isn't what he said.

It is what I understood by what he said.


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