Re: [PEAR-QA] PHP License
Sean Kellogg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: [...]
> As source code, it is not a derivative, I agree... but once it is compiled
> is now a derivative work joining the library with the code to form the final
> binary. Its the act of compilation that creates the derivative work.
Most (all?) php applications like phpbb2 are distributed as source
and covered only by their licence not the PHP one, last I saw. The
compilation happens on the installed system and isn't usually
distributed. All this seems moot.
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