Re: GPL, yet again. (The kernel is a lot like a shared library)
On 9/15/05, Humberto Massa Guimarães <email@example.com> wrote:
> > The license on visual studio doesn't really matter here. What
> > matters is the license on the SDK (which has fairly generous terms
> > for stuff you write yourself).
It follows that if sell a Windows program that you've made without
Microsoft SDK which has "generous terms" (what are they, BTW?)...
> Do you sincerely think MS would have such generosity? Those terms
> are there because the army of in-house-lawyers knew that other, more
> restrictive terms would be unenforceable.
.. you may end up in jail for distributing unauthorized derivatives.
That's how freedom works in the GNU Republic.