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Opensource licensing for commercial use
rktech last edited by
I've checked licenses of the Debian packages necessary for building from QT source code and I haven't found any, that prohibits commercial use. Does it mean, that if I write QT code by hand(not in QT Creator), I can use it commercially without providing sources?
JonB last edited by
How you write it does not matter. You must observe the LGPL terms of (most of, assuming you stick to that) Qt. Which means that you don't have to publish your sources, and if you do not alter the Qt sources you don't need to publish them either.
I am not a lawyer. This is an opinion, not legal advice.