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Re: software under QPL 1.0



On Sat, Dec 09, 2000 at 06:31:36PM +0100, Ralf Treinen wrote:
> Is it OK to package software (a standalone tool, no libraries) that has
> the Q Public Licence, version 1? I'm aware of the incompatibility issue
> of QPL and GPL that led to the exclusion of KDE 1 from debian. Am I right
> to assume that there is no problem for a QPL licenced software that is not
> a library, nor uses a GPL-ed library (but maybe uses a LGPL-ed library)?

libqt2.1 was in Debian under the Q Public License, version 1. As long as
it doesn't use code under an incompatible license (read: GPL), there's
no problem. LGPL's fine.

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