[Kde-bindings] license question
Richard_Dale at tipitina.demon.co.uk
Tue Dec 20 10:36:05 UTC 2005
On Tuesday 20 December 2005 07:51, Ashley Winters wrote:
> For my part:
> Smoke itself is licensed under the two-clause BSD license (smoke
> consists of little more than smoke.h, but it's a universal component).
> The kalyptus-to-smoke code generator was partially derived from a
> primitive parser I posted to this list many years ago into the public
> domain. The current version is LGPLed by the KDE project.
> PerlQt-3 was released under the same terms as Perl, which is a
> dual-licensing of the GPL and Artistic license, so using the GPL rather
> than the LGPL there is part of the Perl culture.
So if QtRuby and Qyoto were derived from PerlQt, would it be possible to have
a dual licensed GPL/Commercial version? The commercial part wouldn't include
kalyptus as that is GPL, and it is only needed to generate the Smoke library,
of which the runtime part is MIT licensed isn't it? I ask because I get the
feeling that the Qt4 version of QtRuby might be very popular and there might
be sufficient demand for a commercial version (and maybe PerlQt too for that
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