Don Stewart <dons@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> So if you use LGPL for your Haskell libraries, all of which are
> currently statically linked and non-replaceable at runtime, it is
> unlikely any commercial Haskell house can use the code.
As already mentioned, you can ask the author nicely for a different
license - BSD for instance. Or you can fix the dynamic linking issues
in GHC, as Duncan points out. But you can also use it for *open
source* software (which is non-proprietary, but may still be
I think LGPL works nicely for open source software - unlike the GPL,
which would force the entire program to be released under that
license, there should be no problem shipping a BSD- or MPL-licensed
program using an LGPL library, as long as source is available.
If I haven't seen further, it is by standing in the footprints of giants
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