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From:Michael Dykman Date:April 7 2012 11:52pm
Subject:Re: Licensing question about mysql_com.h
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Not quite true.  Your driver would likely have to be published under
GPL but that allows the linking exception which allows users of your
driver to avoid having to open-source their own works which utilize
the driver.    Should someone decide to code bug fixes or extensions
for your driver, those would necessarily be GPL.

 - michael dykman

On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 6:52 PM, James Ots <mysql@stripped> wrote:
> I am writing a MySQL connector for the Dart programming language. I
> was hoping to licence it under the BSD Licence, but since it uses
> modified parts of mysql_com.h, which is licensed under the GPL, I'm
> guessing that I'll have to licence my connector under the GPL as well?
> And therefore, anyone who used the connector would also have to
> licence their software under the GPL too?
> Am I correct about this? I looked at the FOSS exception, but it
> doesn't seem to apply in this case.
> James Ots
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 May the Source be with you.
Licensing question about mysql_com.hJames Ots7 Apr
  • Re: Licensing question about mysql_com.hMichael Dykman7 Apr
    • Re: Licensing question about mysql_com.hJames Ots9 Apr
      • Re: Licensing question about mysql_com.hMichael Dykman10 Apr
        • Re: Licensing question about mysql_com.hAndrew Moore10 Apr
  • Re: Licensing question about mysql_com.hMike OK11 Apr