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Re: Using non-GPL libraries in a GPL program

From: rjack
Subject: Re: Using non-GPL libraries in a GPL program
Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 19:38:54 -0400
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Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
   Question:  For what use is an unenforceable agreement?

   Answer:    The same use as an unenforceable GPL license. Toilet paper.

A unenforceable license is very useful, without a license, you cannot
do anything.

Thank You!

Everything is now crystal clear. It all makes perfect sense.

Rjack :)

--- "[I]f an extra element is required instead of or in addition
to the acts of reproduction, performance, distribution or display
in order to constitute a state-created cause of action, there is
no preemption, provided that the extra element changes the nature
of the action so that it is qualitatively different from a copyright
infringement claim." Stromback v. New Line Cinema, 384 F.3d 283
(United States Court Of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit 2004) ---

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