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For example if a school order an administrator application from me, and they want it to be binary only, (don't want the students to find the code and hack it some way) then I can use GPL tools and publicate the program with MyLICENCE, if it doesn't contain any part of GPL code?
i stand corrected. after re-reading the gpl and the gpl-faq, the condition i had in mind only applies in a very narrow number of circumstances. if you use gpl'ed libraries you ...WILL... need to gpl the entire program... IF ... you sell, give away, or distribute it in any way. if you use the finished application internally, (home,school,or company use) and never release it,then you are not bound by the gpl to licence the antire app. as gpl'ed
thanks for keeping me on my toes mhearn, and sorry for causing any confusion.