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Selling Application

  • I developed an application with Qt4.8 QtSdk-offline-win-x86-v1_2_1.
    I want to sell it. And source is closed. I found the needed .dll files and copied the folder. I did not edit any library (.dll) file.
    I put lgpl-2.1 license file and my own selling license file same folder.
    This is the folder screenshot:

    These are the file list on the screenshot:
    Selling License.txt@

    And this is the file content:

    QT += gui webkit -no-openssl
    TARGET = Calculate
    TEMPLATE = app
    SOURCES += main.cpp
    HEADERS += mainwindow.h
    FORMS += mainwindow.ui@

    Is there any problem for selling? Am I missing anything? Is there anything which I have to do? I do not have any chance for asking to a lawyer. Thanks for your time.

  • As I'm aware if you did not change Qt sources or statically compiled them, you can.

  • I did not change Qt sources and I did not statically compiled. I dynamically compiled. Thanks a lot.

  • Moderators

    That looks OK to me, but you should ask a lawyer: Your local legislation might have some peculiarities that you need to be aware of.

    Getting legal advice from random strangers on the internet is not considered reliable:-)

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