Hi Andrei, > So I may redistribute PicoLisp along with commercial application in both > forms - binary for direct execution as shared library, and sources to > concern GPL. Am I right?
The critical point is what you mean with "shared library". If you want to build an *.so file from the interpreter, and link it with other libraries or executables, I believe it is not allowed by the GPL (it would require the LGPL, I believe). The normal use, however, writing applications in Lisp, is surely OK. Then you can distribute the PicoLisp interpreter as you like, in binary or source form (I'm not sure, but probly it is even sufficient to provide the customer with a link where he can download the sources himself). If you write, however, a special function in C, and link it to the interpreter, you'd have to supply the source to that function (but not the rest of your application). I hope this helps to make it more clear ;-) Cheers, - Alex -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]