Op Tuesday 29 March 2005 08:24, schreef Elie Cohen:
> Can Jmol be used in a commercial software?
Yes. Jmol is licensed with the LGPL, the GNU Lesser General Public License
This license, unlike the GPL license, allows embedding of the software in
proprietary software. Mind though, that modifications to the Jmol library
itself, but not the software in which it is embedded, must be released with
LGPL. But again, all software which wraps Jmol into your program, *and* your
proprietary software can have any license.
PS. BTW, I'm assuming here that you mean proprietary software instead of
commercial software, as opensource software can be commercial too (think
RedHat, Suse, etc)
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