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SubjectSomewhat different GPL Question
If I use some GPL'd code and make calls from my software to the GPL'd
code, do I need to make *my* code available? Or would I only have to
make available any changes to the GPL'd code?

Section 2.b of the GPL seems to indicate that I need to make the source
for my entire executable available if it incorporates any GPL'd source,
and that I cannot charge for the software, only for its distribution.
Is this correct?


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