Source licenses and KAboutData.
thiago at kde.org
Mon Dec 3 15:24:35 GMT 2007
On Monday 03 December 2007 16:16:28 John Tapsell wrote:
> What do mean?
> There's no reason why I can't distribute a GPLv3 app that uses kde's
> LGPL'ed libraries.
Regardless of the license you chose for your code, the effective license for
any KDE binary is GPLv2, because that's the most restrictive license in the
entire chain. It comes from Qt.
The LGPL (or any other less restrictive license) is only applicable to the
source code itself, of each component individually. Once you build, the GPLv2
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