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  • Important Question Regarding AvalonEdit or TextEditor License

    So AvalonEdit is licensed under GNU Library General Public License (LGPL). I have made my own modification to the library's source code . I understand that I have to release the modified source code. My questions are: Do I release the modfied source code under the same license? Or can I choose another...
    Posted to Forum by Sezvek on 12-04-2016
  • MIT License Rationale

    Hello, as was announced on the blog, SharpDevelop's license was recently switched from LGPL to MIT along with the version change from 4 to 5 . As opposed to various (all?) other license-related enquiries in this forum that ask about to what extent SharpDevelop code may be used in one's own projects...
    Posted to Forum by Neb Ikhet Ipet on 04-11-2015
  • Using SharpDevelop for professional projects

    What type of license SharpDevelop supports? Can it be used to write closed-source professional applications and how mature it is for professional projects?S
    Posted to Forum by Rohit on 08-08-2011
  • Ribbon UI, SharpDevelop and licensing

    I was reading that post: Just like Windows common controls, there are no unusual licensing requirements involved when using the Windows Ribbon framework in your applications. It's great for developers. I expect to use Ribbon UI in some projects here. I don't expect that the #D interface changes...
    Posted to Forum by ClickOk on 09-03-2010
  • License

    I want to use the SharpZipLib DLL in both executable files and a website using ASP.NET. What do I need to do regarding licensing?
    Posted to Forum by civicdrummer on 04-27-2009
  • Branching the solution / project API to new open source project

    I would like to use the #D apis for managing a solution / project / project items, but in it's current form it is very specific to #D. I'd like to make extensive modifications to break it away from #D and remove any tie to #D's UI infrastructure. I assume it would be okay to: branch your code, and create...
    Posted to Forum by StuC on 10-10-2007
  • Re: ILMerge Licensing Implications

    This is ok to do. To recap: as long as the modifications to the source code of the library are available and you only perform an ILMerge (which merges binaries, not source code) you are complying with the license terms.
    Posted to Forum by BernhardSpuida on 10-04-2006
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