On Mon, 15 Nov 2004, Paul Jakma wrote:
> Also, I'm not sure, but 2d of the LGPL possibly disallows one from
> distributing a work including the LGPL work (or derived work) if
> the entire work is not LGPL. But you'd need a lawyer to figure that
> one out.
ah, nm me.. when I scrolled down a bit more to section 6 of the LGPL,
i saw it covered works that link with LGPL libs. co-distribution is
allowed, however they are required to supply the licence and inform
the user of the LGPL status of those parts of the distribution..
anyway: Brent R. Matzelle's and Chris Ryan's copyrights are being
violated it seems.
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