Re: pdflib again
Scripsit Torsten Werner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Tuesday, 2003-04-01 at 11:43:36 AM (-0500), Branden Robinson wrote:
> > Royalty-free use
> > All other uses not mentioned here require a commercial license.
> I cannot see the difference to the GPL.
It is a use restrictions. It says that if you want to *use* the
program in a business, you must pay royalties. That is explicitly
non-free by DFSG #6.
> The GPL requires that every program that is linked against a GPLed
> library must be licensed as GPL.
Yes, but that has nothing to do with *use*.
Henning Makholm "It was intended to compile from some approximation to
the M-notation, but the M-notation was never fully defined,
because representing LISP functions by LISP lists became the
dominant programming language when the interpreter later became available."