I would like to use Jython 2.0 to make the install procedure of a
commercial Java software.
Does the Jython 2.0 licence give me this right ?
And if the answer is yes how should I refer to Jython 2.0 licence in my
commercial licence software ?
On Tue, 23 Jan 2001 22:12:33 +0100, you wrote:
>I would like to use Jython 2.0 to make the install procedure of a
>commercial Java software.
>Does the Jython 2.0 licence give me this right ?
I believe it does. You certainly have the right to do so regarding my
changes and I believe that neither jpython, python-2.0 or apache
prevents re-distribution, even when bundled with a close-sourced
>And if the answer is yes how should I refer to Jython 2.0 licence in my
>commercial licence software ?
This is what I would do to comply with the licenses:
1) Include the three Jython license files (LICENSE.txt, Lib/LICENSE and
org/apache/LICENSE) with the distributed application.
2) Add an statement to your license that says:
The application contains Jython software which is covered by licences
LICENSE.txt, Lib/LICENSE and org/apache/LICENSE.
3) Ask a person who have studied the law <0.1 wink>.
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