lmocz at galatea.com
Wed Feb 2 03:34:08 GMT 2000
Yes, but I think the point is that when you use GPL components in your
commercial products your products are thereby GPL-ed. If you want to
protect your commercial source code, components with straight GPL licenses
David Brownell wrote:
>Lars Marius Garshol wrote:
>> I don't know what programming language you use, but chances are you
>> will find a parser written in it at:
>> <URL: http://www.garshol.priv.no/download/xmltools/cat_ix.html#SC_XML >
>> The licenses of the free parsers vary. Some have BSD-ish licenses
>> (which means you can use them), while others use the GPL, which means
>> that you can't use them in a commercial product.
>You can use GPL software in commercial products. Look at all the
>Linux vendors, for example. Depends on the goals of your product.
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