From: Fergal Daly (fergal at domain esatclear.ie)
Date: Thu 03 May 2001 - 12:46:13 IST
Unless you're extracting the bits of glib that you like, compiling them up
as a new library and linking against that then the rest of your program must
be licensed under the LGPL (or GPL, your choice)...
On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 12:10:12PM +0100, Martin Donlon wrote:
> On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 08:51:49AM +0100, Paul J Collins wrote:
> > There is so much useful stuff in glib that you might as well use it if
> > it's available on your target platform. Let's face it, who finds
> > writing list modules interesting these days? And since GTK and Glib
> > are entirely separate these days, there shouldn't be any need to worry
> > about using it for a non-GTK app.
> I just prefer to keep the number of dependencies to a minimum. Nothing I
> hate more than trying to install a bit of software, apt-get install
> doesn't work so I get the source only to find out it depends on 10 libs
> each of which are in turn dependent on 10 more.
> The glib stuff is good, but I'd only use it if I was usin a lot of
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