FLTK native in 'D'. Would that be useful?
dm at matthiasm.com
Thu Jul 27 07:35:35 PDT 2006
> Dave wrote:
>> A potential drawback would be if the GPL licensing wouldn't allow for
>> something like a 3rd party RAD tool to distribute FLTK with it,
>> without also distributing the application source (but I don't know,
>> I'm not a lawyer).
> Anyone have experience / knowledge on this? The FLTK license is here:
> Actually, after looking over that my concern above isn't valid (right?
> anyone, anyone <g>). Reason: The RAD tool would just be writing out code
> that imported the FLTK modules and then statically link the app. to the
> FLTK lib. The RAD tool itself would not be using modified FLTK code so
> the tool source code would not need to be GPL'd (but of course FLTK
> itself would still be distributed w/ the tool). Cool.
The FLTK team is pretty liberal about the license (LGPL, btw.). We event
modified it to explicitly allow the usage of a statically linked FLTK
library in commercial projects. As for RAD tool, I see no problems,
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