On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Wesley Darlington wrote:
) More generally, if you make modifications, you are only obliged to give
) the source to people you give the binary to.
) If I don't give anybody a modified binary, I don't have to give them the
) modified source. If I /do/ give somebody a modified binary, I have to
) give them the source if they ask for it.
) And I can't place any restrictions on what they can do with said source,
) except for the same gpl stuff as was imposed on me...?
You can still relicense your code (and just your code) whatever way you
want as you are the copyright holder.
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