ExtJS licencing

Bjoern Schiessle schiessle at fsfe.org
Thu Nov 12 11:57:51 UTC 2009

Hi Carsten,

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[1].

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.

[1] http://www.fsf.org/licensing/licenses/index_html#GPLCompatibleLicenses

best wishes,

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