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Wed, 28 Aug 2013 21:43:53 +0100
If I create an executable with "gplc" consisting of which is both pure Prolog
and custom "C" interface code, under the terms of the GNU licence, am I at
liberty to sell that executable as a commercial product ?
If not, why not and what would I have to do to remain within the rules ?
I have read and re-read the various GNU docs etc. but not being a legal eagle I
am afraid it has all left me feeling rather dazed and confused as to what is
and what is not permissible etc.
I certainly don't want to "fall foul" of such a wonderful community and should
my "product" ever see the light of day I'd be deliriously happy to be able to
one day be in a position to fund some proper developer time to boost the
progress of GNU Prolog… indeed that would be awesome!
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