schiessle at fsfe.org
Thu Nov 12 11:57:51 UTC 2009
Carsten Agger <agger at c.dk> writes:
> But yes, it does mean you can't write BSD-licensed code with ExtJS. But
> in that case, people who want their code to be under a BSD license
> always have the option of not using the library.
You can write BSD-licensed code while uing a GPL licensed library. In
fact you can license your code under every GPL compatible license.
As long as your license is GPL compatible you and everyone else can
combine your code with GPL licensed code, e.g. also with ExtJS.
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