SAX C/C++ Implementations?

John Cowan cowan at
Wed Sep 29 15:20:40 BST 1999

mlepage at scripsit:

> My understanding is, if you use GPL source without GPLing your
> code, you are in violation of the license. You can, however, use
> a GPL'd program, provided you don't link to it, and you provide
> the source. It is the LGPL that allows you to link to the library.
> I am not aware of any way to use GPL'd source without GPLing your
> own source, save not releasing at all.
> If this is true, then my understanding is wrong.

Quite right.   However, Expat has two licenses, the GPL and the MPL;
you may apply either.  The MPL is analogous to the LGPL in this respect.

John Cowan                                   cowan at
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