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Licence for company inhouse program

  • I want to write a program to use in our company.
    The program will not be sold commercially or available to anyone outside our company.
    Do we have to buy a licence?
    Is there a special licence for this occasion?
    What are my options?

  • @moonrising
    I always answer licensing questions with an "according to my best understanding" qualification. In this case, since you will not be distributing your application, you do not need to purchase any Qt license, you may use the free/community version without further requirements. Just to be sure, you should not alter the source code of the Qt you use, and you should use & link against the dynamic versions (rather than static), both of which are quite normal & desirable for you anyway.

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