The implications are simple: the developer / company / distributor must provide a binary of their application which can be linked against a newer version of ECL. No need for source distribution, no restriction w.r.t to economics of the distribution.

Juanjo

On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 7:54 PM, Andy Hefner <ahefner@gmail.com> wrote:
Note the implications of ECL's license (LGPL, unfortunately) when
considering statically linking with it.

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