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From: Leland Olds <olds@eskimo.com>
> You don't have to buy Qt in order to run free Qt based software for
> Windows, NT, etc. Anyone can distribute Qt based software for any
> platform that Qt supports.  But someone would have to purchase a copy
> of Qt in order to port or develop for Windows, NT, etc.  And the Qt
> library sources can't be freely distributed with the software.

Yes, thanks. If I'm not mistaken, this means you distribute in executable
form on those other operating systems, and anyone who wanted to modify your
program and recompile it on a system other than X would have to own a copy
of Qt to do so. Cost over $1500 per platform. Right?


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