On 8 Sep 1998, James LewisMoss wrote:
> As long as they don't conflict I can't see a problem. Doesn't look
> like the two you put into your message conflict so it makes sense to
> me. :)
GPL conflicts with everything ... by design. No, you can not have both.
The GPL specificly states that.
Also, once it is GPL you can never un-GPL it unless you completely
rewrite the code. You can not GPL something and then release an new
version under a different license if it contains code from the GPL
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