[Matroska-devel] Re: RadLight TTA DirectShow filter v126.96.36.199
jcsston at wiesneronline.net
Sun Jul 4 18:10:36 CEST 2004
As I understand the LGPL you only have to publish the source code of the lib
if you modify it and the object files so someone could change the link and
re-link (unless I know).
There is nothing about dynamic/static links.
If so then why did we select the LGPL license for libebml/libmatroska if no
one can use it?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Lhomme" <steve.lhomme at free.fr>
To: "Martin Bottanek" <bottanek at radlight.com>
Cc: <matroska-devel at lists.matroska.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 04, 2004 5:06 AM
Subject: Re: [Matroska-devel] Re: RadLight TTA DirectShow filter v188.8.131.52
Martin Bottanek a écrit :
> As far as I know it's GNU GPL. If it was LGPL we would not have to publish
> the sourcecode. There is a nice site which discusses all about various
> opensource licenses : http://www.opensource.org/licenses/index.php . Give
> it 5 minutes of your time :)
> Anyways, Alexander already has the sourcecode.
1) If it's LGPL you _have_to_ release the code that is directly
dependant on the code (ie statically linked)
2) for GPL it's the case even if you dynamically link to the code.
3) the source code should not be made available to the author, but to
whoever receive the binary (true for LGPL and GPL), so that includes myself
4) you should spend some days studying all existing OSS license before
claiming false things (I suggest you have a look at the archives of
license-discuss at opensource.org on which I've been subscribed for 3 years)
> "Steve Lhomme" <steve.lhomme at free.fr> wrote in message
> news:40E7D262.5020409 at free.fr...
> Martin Bottanek a écrit :
>>Here's a download link :
> I just downloaded it. And I'm surprised not to see any source code. As
> you know TTA is LGPL and therefore you have to publish the code that is
> statically linked with the original code. (the same goes for MPC)
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