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Re: dual licensing

On Fri, Nov 04, 2005 at 10:20:14PM +0100, Henning Makholm wrote:
> Scripsit Andrew Donnellan <ajdlinux@gmail.com>
> > I mean the *developer* must comply with both licenses, eg if you d/l
> > under the GPL and MIT, then the developer must still put the written
> > offer for source code
> By "developer", do you mean "copyright holder"? He can legally do
> whatever he pleases. In particular, he can offer the general public
> a licence under terms that he does not himself comply with.
This is my favorite!  Oh, wait, no, its better:


The fortran version is GPL, but the C source version is proprietary,
but the obscured C source (*cough*) is GPL (actually, the GPL header
may have been pasted there by a 3rd party to placate me).  If I
weren't on so many mailing lists I might be able to concentrate and
figure out C/Fortran calling conventions to fix this..

Clear skies,

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