Bug#118427: TP: epo -- Miner mode to reduce the labour to edit code
On Mon, Nov 05, 2001 at 08:43:44PM -0800, Aaron Lehmann wrote:
> Is it even legal for elisp code to have a GPL-incompatible license?
> Any elisp code uses the emacs builtin functions extensively. These are
> protected by the GPL. The concept of linking gets very blurry here,
Why is this even an issue?
The GPL doesn't use the term "linking" except when talking about
what license the author may want to choose.
Anyways: it's legal for elisp code to have a GPL-incompatible license.
However, it's not legal to distribute GPLed emacs with such code if that
code is intended to be used with emacs to implement some program.