Maybe it's BSD which is different from the license of psqlodbc (LGPL).
Is there no problem with their coexistence ?
Or is it possible for psqlodbc to be LGPL entirely ?
Thanks a lot.
Jim Nasby wrote:
On May 6, 2007, at 4:38 PM, Hiroshi Inoue wrote:
Under what license is this file distributed ?
Could you please reply to my question ?
It's from the PostgreSQL source tree, so whatever license that has.
So what's it ?
Could you please take account of developers in the psqlodbc project
a little more ?
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