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Re: OT: GPL Question



Hi all

Thank you for your time and interest in my question.

I would like to clarify some points.

The client that requested the software to be built argues that he doesn't want 
to redistribute the source code and does not want to give distribution rights 
to the people he sells the product to.

So technically, could I do this:

1. Release my product as propriety licensed software without the icons and the 
LGPL'ed code  ->Yes

2. Either put in the same release a package 'module x', licensed GPL, package 
'icons', licensed GPL
or
Should I release them seperatly from the product and with a different license 
(GPL this time)
or
Can I release the GPL'ed code as patch, with a GPL for that patch?

The posibilities are legio but I want to be very carefull and fully respect 
legislation.  I am afraid I'm not that good an artist to design the icons 
myself...


Thank you 


With kind regards



Andy


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