Re: [sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-26 Thread Lynn Fredricks
> I just have some doubts on the licensing issues of SQLite. > >1. Being open-source, is my company liable to post back > changes/modifications to > SQLite? What are the licensing terms & conditions? >2. As our present development is on a Linux

Re: [sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-25 Thread Navaneeth Sen B
Thank you all Great thanks for the numerous suggestions and explanations. Thanks and Regards, Sen On 4/26/2010 11:01 AM, Simon Slavin wrote: > On 26 Apr 2010, at 6:19am, Navaneeth Sen B wrote: > > >>> If you feel like you really have to purchase a license for SQLite, >>>

Re: [sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-25 Thread Simon Slavin
On 26 Apr 2010, at 6:19am, Navaneeth Sen B wrote: >> If you feel like you really have to purchase a license for SQLite, >> Hwaci , the company that employs the architect >> and principal developers of SQLite, will sell you one >>

Re: [sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-25 Thread Navaneeth Sen B
ublic domain. Thanks & Regards, Sen On 4/26/2010 10:39 AM, Simon Slavin wrote: > On 26 Apr 2010, at 5:43am, Navaneeth Sen B wrote: > > >> I just have some doubts on the licensing issues of SQLite. >> >>1. Being open-source, is my company liable to post back >&

Re: [sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-25 Thread Simon Slavin
On 26 Apr 2010, at 5:43am, Navaneeth Sen B wrote: > I just have some doubts on the licensing issues of SQLite. > > 1. Being open-source, is my company liable to post back > changes/modifications to > SQLite? What are the licensing terms & conditions? &g

Re: [sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-25 Thread Roger Binns
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 04/25/2010 09:43 PM, Navaneeth Sen B wrote: > I just have some doubts on the licensing issues of SQLite. SQLite doesn't have a license - it is public domain - copyright has been waived. (Some countries claim you can't do this - allegedly Germ

[sqlite] Licensing of SQLIte

2010-04-25 Thread Navaneeth Sen B
Hello All, I just have some doubts on the licensing issues of SQLite. 1. Being open-source, is my company liable to post back changes/modifications to SQLite? What are the licensing terms & conditions? 2. As our present development is on a Linux variant, are there