On Tuesday 16 April 2002 03:59 pm, Scott Wheeler wrote:
Roberto Alsina wrote:
Of course you can not mix and match pieces of both licenses, but having
an application link to it licensed under the QPL and another link to it
under the GPL seems quite OK, even if both link to the same binary.
I'm curious how something like this works with qt-copy (KDE CVS)? I don't
want to disturb this, but I'm curious. KDE makes patches to and
distributes qt-copy (via CVS). Thus the QPL is violated and presumable no
longer valid for that copy of the Qt distribution (as it contains
modifications not made by the copyright holder).
The QPL allows that:
"3. You may make modifications to the Software and distribute your
modifications, in a form that is separate from the Software, such as
So your assertion that the QPL is violated does not hold.
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