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SubjectRe: Input on the Non-GPL Modules
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> And even if yes, one could just implement the "shim GPL piece" as a server 
> with an exported binary access interface (use of a CORBA implementation
> springs to mind for example) and the non-GPL code then functions as a
> client to the server. Nobody can say that that is not legal. Otherwise you
> would have to demand that all network clients accessing Linux servers
> become open source which could never be upheld...

It would depend on the derivative nature of the work. "Linking" is not a
programming thing here. The objective C case was two seperate binaries for
example
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