On Tuesday 04 August 2009 09:33:22 Nick Bailey wrote:
Please be aware that (last time I checked) the gpl doesn't talk about givin=
access to all gpl-code you use. Only if you change something you have to ma=
your changes available for free.
So if they just use the plugins without any modification, they don't actual=
have to provide source codes. They just need to mention that they provide=20
plugins that are gpl.
I don't even think that using gpl-ladspa-plugins makes their software gpl=20
because the linking happens at run-time (if at all). And if the plugins are=
lgpl they can even link their closed-source stuff to them. But here people =
more knowledge should chime in.
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