[PyKDE] compiled vs interpreted languages and Qt

Phil Thompson phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk
Sat Sep 21 12:48:00 BST 2002

On Saturday 21 September 2002 11:31 am, gvermeul at grenoble.cnrs.fr wrote:
> > > Good, that would be a simple solution.  I'll contact trolltech
> > > seperately to make sure this is acceptable...  If anyone else is
> > > interested in the response (ie, what are the developer's obligations
> > > when using an interpreted language), let me know and I'll forward the
> > > respone when I get it.
> >
> > I'm having a discussion with Eirik at the moment.
> In this context:
> Am I allowed to build and release a binary version of PyQwt for Windows,
> that works with PyQt-3.4-NC?

Yes, so long as it's license (and the Qwt license) doesn't conflict with the 
NC license.

> According to point (3) and (4c) of the Qt non-commercial license version
> 1.0, I am allowed to do so and should have the means to do so.

Yes. I need to release a version of the Windows .sip files that (for my own 
sake) will only work with the NC version. I'll look at this in the next week.


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