What is the best copy-left license for a library if you want to allow linking?
jcowan at reutershealth.com
Tue Apr 19 02:39:47 UTC 2005
Brant Sears scripsit:
> Hi. I have a library I've been working on for a while in my spare time
> that I want to distribute as open source.
> I want people to be able to freely use my library in commercial
> products without having to open source the product itself or provide
> object files to relink to my library (which the LGPL requires). Other
> than that issue, I like the GPL.
If you want to require redistribution of modified versions of the library,
use the MPL, CPL, or CDDL. Otherwise, use the BSD, MIT/X, or AFL.
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