On 9/24/07, Eric Firing <email@example.com> wrote:
John et al.,
"Agg 2.5 will ship with a libsigc++ license that will allow us to treat
the code as MIT X11 unless the code is pulled out, allowing Antigrain to
be used internally for Silverlight and allowing them to license
Antigrain for other customers."
I found the above quote on this page: http://www.mono-project.com/Moonlight
I don't understand it; does it mean that we, too, can continue using
future versions of Agg?
Weird. It reads to me more like they struck some sort of deal whereby the code can be used as MIT X11 as long as it's an internal part of Silverlight, but if removed from Silverlight, then it will revert to the current GPL/commercial dual license.