Maybe I missed something here, but why is LGPL licensed software such a big
problem with some customers/companies?
We are developing closed source applications that dynamically link against Qt
libraries, and I never heard any of our customers having problems with that
Actually, if LGPL (or software under any other open source license) is such a
big problem, they shouldn't be allowed to use Mac OS X either, or Safari
(WebKit), or a lot of other stuff.
Am 01.12.2009 um 17:42 schrieb Christian Dähn:
> Thanks for your answer. It would be great, if I wouldn't have the
> problems of using static binaries and if the performance optimizations
> of the new QtScript module weren't needed.
> Summing up the Qt toolkit was changed in a way where longterm
> commercial customers get problems with open source licenses and
> nobody took care of that.
> Such was completely incredible in the past - where Qt was developed
> by Trolltech - not by Nokia.
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