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- Subject: Re: Lua licensing thoughts
- From: Florian Weimer <fw@...>
- Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 11:21:28 +0200
* Martin Schröder:
>> Note that the first paragraph of the answer deals with interpreters
>> which are GPLed and whose run-time environment is licensed more
>> permissively. This is very rare. Emacs is not in this category.
> So we have to look at two licenses: Interpreter and run-time
> environment. The license for the interpreter shouldn't be a problem
> (unless it's really weird). It's the environment's we have to care
You don't need two difference licenses. You could simply state that
certain uses are not subject to the GPL if this is your intent. The FSF
does the same with certain GPLed libraries.