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@ankit-thakar said in Is it risk to open the company proprietary source code in open source Qt version?:
How actually Qt operates whenever we open any code as far as loading libraries are concerned??
The code files are all simply text files. When you "open" your code, you are just opening text files. No libraries get loaded or linked against your code.
Libraries only get involved when you build your software and run your application.
if we open in qt. It is going to link libraries whichever we used in our code
That doesn't sound right to me.
...and our code will be accessible out side of the company's network as well.
That is not how open-source licenses work.
In general, you only need to provide source code to people whom you distribute your software to. If someone doesn't have access to an open-source application, then they don't need to be given the application's source code.