Jim Fulton wrote:
can you elaborate with a few more sentences
I could, but I'd rather not. I suggest reading:
if you haven't already.
I concur with Jim - let's avoid ExtJS as their license is not clear.
When I studied th details of the ExtJS license, I came away with the
same conclusions as this blogger before I read that blog. I was
interested in the discussions surrounding it because of this; I'd
already decided not to use it. Don't think that since they mention it's
LGPL it actually *is* LGPL - it's clear their intent is different.
ExtJS is not *actually* licensed under the LGPL. The LGPL appears
nowhere in their source code; it has its own license. They seem to think
they can invoke the terms of the LGPL and then restrict them further to
forbid use in a larger framework.
See also my comment here:
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