Iím just a Linux user
, but Iím a IP French lawyer too
, and I would have some questions about some alternatives somebody speaks to me : to use together different line code, under different licenses. He said me that its possible to use line code with incompatible license, but it depend the command you use.
An example he speaks to me is about KScope, there were a problem between KScope (BSD License) dynamically linking with KDE (LGPL?), Qt (GPL) and graphviz (CPL).
Finally, I think they choice to use the GNU GPL licence, due to KDE et Qt, but, concerning the CPL for graphviz, they uses 'dot' from the command-line=20 instead of dynamically linking with graphviz.
And the result was to solve all licensing problems.
The goal is to not extend the license to the other part of the program, isn't it?
My question is, what are the different ways to use a dynamical link, and what sort of bypass, or alternative can be found to avoid certain license's effects?
Does somebody have some better explication, solution, or idea about this subject?