>>>If you're selling a product based on MySQL++, it shouldn't be a
hardship to get MySQL database licenses for your product.
How is that possible?
If I purchase a commercial MySQL license I can produce commercial
applications all day that call MySQL AB interfaces, things covered by
their commercial license.
Except I still cant use MySQL++ because it LGPL and all the other
discussion says that my application will bound to LGPL terms (releasing
object or releasing source).
Is MySQL++ covered by the MySQL AB commercial license?
From: Warren Young [mailto:mysqlpp@stripped]
Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 8:09 AM
To: MySQL++ Mailing List
Subject: Re: License Question
Chris Frey wrote:
> Remember though, that while mysql++ is licensed under LGPL, it is
> based on the mysql C API, and recent versions of that are licensed
> under the GPL. So you're still stuck, when it comes to closed source
Yes, but you can purchase a license from MySQL AB which puts it under a
different license. You just need to call them up and work out a
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