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Re: [vox-tech] OT: Licensing



On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 05:25:23PM -0800, Alex Mandel wrote:
> 1. I wrote a python GUI application on windows.
> 2. Everything is open source in it except for the COM library that 
> connects into Access databases, MSVCR71.dll (At least I think that's in 
> this one, although reading on the python lists, it sounds like it's part 
> of python.)
> 
> What are my options for Licensing this program, I'm overwhelmed by the 
> lists on this topic.
> GPL or LGPL would be preferable since I really want my code open, I just 
> don't know if I can pass around that windows dll or not.

You could make it GPL, with a special exemption that it may be linked
with proprietary DLLs for interfacing with Access.

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Micah J. Cowan
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