shura at gramps-project.org
Thu Jul 12 22:48:21 WST 2007
On Thu, 2007-07-12 at 09:56 +0200, Felix Rabe (public) wrote:
> Isn't it possible to use LGPL 2 libraries with GPL 3 programs?
> And LGPL 3 libraries with GPL 2 programs?
No. Version 3 in both licenses introduces new restrictions which
version 2 does not permit. The only way for the above scenarios
is when "or later" is invoked. In that case, effectively the version
2 is "upgraded" to version 3 in place :-) Then two pieces with v3
are legally combined into a single derivative work.
> Sorry for being OT and lazy, if you have a GPL FAQ pointer, throw it
> at me.
Alexander Roitman http://gramps-project.org
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