David Chisnall schrieb:
> On 26 Aug 2009, at 23:31, Thomas Gamper wrote:
>>> The only requirement is... an approved opensource license.
>> That brings me to my next question: What licenses are available to
>> me, if I use/link with GNUstep?
> GNUstep uses the LGPL, which means any license from public domain to
> first-born child required to use is acceptable for code that links
> with it. Pick any license your comfortable with. Most of Étoilé uses
> BSD or MIT licenses, a number of frameworks built with GNUstep use the
> LGPL and a few use the GPL.
There are a couple of libraries I use. DevIL is LGPL, GLEW is licensed
under 2 similar MIT licenses and a modified BSD license, PRNG is GPL. As
far I can tell the license NVIDIA Cg is under is not free software
compatible, so I will have to remove the dependency on that library
before I actually get an svn repository at sourceforge, sic.