[quagga-dev 11483] Re: non-GPL code calling and depending on GPL libzebra
paul at jakma.org
Thu Sep 11 08:57:03 BST 2014
On Thu, 11 Sep 2014, Alexis Rosen wrote:
> IANAL, and I'm sure others will have more to say about this, but in
> short, source code is not subject to the requirements you're stating
> above. As long as the GPL code is distributed in accordance with the GPL
> requirements (source availability, etc.), you can also distribute
> anything else you'd like, under any license you'd like.
Wouldn't this view be somewhat incompatible with the SFLC best practices
on mixing code?:
This is also the kind of practice I've seen in proprietary settings (no
GPL involved), with mixing of different bits of source code.
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