frank.stuess at stuess.de
Fri Jul 15 09:52:22 BST 2005
so if i buy the BlackAdder business licence i would get
BlackAdder + PyQt +Qt3 with it?
So if it is good software or not i could leave BlackAdder alone and use
eric+pyqt+qt to produce closed sourcecode, since i would get a nonexpensive
qt+pyqt license. Is that correct?
Am Freitag, 15. Juli 2005 10:11 schrieb Wolfgang Keller:
> >> The point why I care for BlackAdder is the special license of
> >> PyQt that comes with it. It allows to use PyQt for
> >> commercial (closed-sourced) applications, as long as you use it
> >> exclusively from within Python code.
> >> By consequence, it could be interesting for my employer if we
> >> might ever get into occasional software development.
> > You can use the free linux/mac version to develop things, and wait until
> > PyQt4 is available (some time next year, I hope), then port and run it
> > on win*. As long as you're are not selling your stuff without
> > delivering the source also, the GPL applies.
> That's the whole point. *duck*
> Wolfgang Keller
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