Re: Corel's apt frontend
On Wed, Oct 20, 1999 at 09:19:27AM -0700, Bruce Perens wrote:
> From: Gergely Madarasz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Btw this will mean that you won't be allowed to use other people's GPL
> > code in libapt-pkg, right ?
> No, it simply means that any contributors to the library must accept both
> licenses. Essentially, there is one license that is the GPL, another that
> says something like this:
Don't forget the importance of allowing derivative works to omit the QT
clause. Otherwise, difficulty arrises when using parts of libapt in other
programs licensed only under the GPL.
> Copyright (C) 1997, 1998, 1999 Jason Gunthorpe and others. You
> may apply the terms of the GNU General Public License (the
> GPL), Version 2.0, published by the Free Software Foundation,
> to this program.
> In addition, the copyright holders relax a single restriction of
> the GPL: you may link this program to a version of the GUI library
> "libqt", published by Troll Tech (Norway), as long as:
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> Version 2.0, which was published by Troll Tech on or before
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