Sunday, May 19, 2002, 10:04:00 PM, you wrote:
bgn> I have a question on license of MySQL C API or MySQL++ API, and
bgn> Is there any good way, or any misconception in my understanding of
bgn> libmysql license? Any idea is welcome, but please don't suggest
bgn> embracing entire GPL... if it's not possible, then I'll quit touching
bgn> MySQL and will start to look PostgreSQL.
If you use 3.23 libmysql, you need no licences.
For 4.0, you should write to sales@stripped and ask for authorization.
bgn> -- Linsey KISANJANI
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