Remember that you can simply try to extend PHPTAL instead of modifying its
sources, that way you are not touching the package affected by LGPL ;)
2009/12/2 Kornel Lesinski <kor...@aardvarkmedia.co.uk>
> On 2 Dec 2009, at 16:16, hosema...@poczta.onet.pl wrote:
>> I am not deep in licences.
>> Does LGPL allows me to use PHPTAL in commrecial software which will be
>> selled to customers.( internet shop)?
> LGPL doesn't "infect" other software. Your commercial software can remain
> closed. Template files belong to you.
> What am I obliged to do when using PHPTAL in commercial software?
> I'm not a lawyer, but:
> * if you modify PHPTAL and redistribute those modifications, then they
> become open-source.
> * your customers must be able to modify or replace PHPTAL. If you're using
> PHP obfuscators (like ioncube), you must leave PHPTAL unprotected.
> * you should redistribute PHPTAL with its license (COPYING file).
> regards, Kornel
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