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SubjectRe: [OFFTOPIC] GTK and alternative GUIs and windowing systems
> That's not true at all.  Each version of Qt, when it is released with
> a given license, is usable according to the terms of that license in
> perpetuity. Future versions may be more restricted (and no, I don't
> expect that, either), but that doesn't change the fact that (e.g.) Qt
> 1.32 will always be usable for free software development.

I'll have to double check.. I was sure that QT had the 'this licence can
be changed or revoked at any time' clause.

>
> > Under the GPL the amount of open ("free") code in the world can only
> > increase, that's the beauty of it.
>
> That's _a_ beauty. But I think once we leave the details of what is
> allowed and start talking about what is good, we should probably
> adjourn to gnu.misc.discuss.
> --
> Chip Salzenberg - a.k.a. - <chip@pobox.com>
> "Nice shooting, Zanthar!" "Thanks, Denise." // MST3K
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