From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-10 13:28:12
"Powell, Gary" wrote:
> #1 I'd prefer that any software I contribute to boost remain "free",
> as in I don't want someone to add 20 lines of code to a library and
> then sell it. You can sell the compiled machine code but not the
> original or the modified source other than to cover duplication and
> distribution costs.
Boost licensing policy aside for a moment, the CPL is your friend.
- derivative works subject to CPL;
- grant of patent license;
- redistribution of binaries under a different license,
even a commercial license, is permitted (but the CPL'd
source code must still be made available under the CPL);
- CPL'd code may be combined with other licensed code
without affecting the other code's license.
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