I want to redistrbute GTK (and its LGPL) unabridged with proprietary software, to make a graphical application.
Additionally my program will make calls to routines in GTK objects, will this comply with the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License?
Il giorno mer, 06/02/2019 alle 16.25 +0000, asrs via gtk-app-devel-list ha
> Dear GTK developers,
> I want to redistrbute GTK (and its LGPL) unabridged with proprietary software,
> to make a graphical application.
Il giorno ven, 08/02/2019 alle 18.45 +0000, asrs ha scritto:
> Dear Nicola,
> Thankyou for your informative response,
> I would like to know if I may use "GTK" as a suffix in the name of my
> commercial product.
There already are plenty of applications with GTK in their names, see
"If you statically link against an LGPLed library, you must also
provide your application in an object (not necessarily source)
format, so that a user has the opportunity to modify the library and
relink the application."
On the technical side I heard someone successfully used static linking
with GTK+ but I personally never see such an application. I do not use