felipelcoutinho at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 09:31:58 PDT 2010
But I think there are some commercial emulators based on nonpareil that are
not open source. Am I right? And the HP12c microcode, it it GPLv2? I'm
asking these things because I'm interested to use the HP12c microcode in one
of my apps, but it has other license. I'm not interested to port the
nonpareil code, but to use only the HP12c microcode.
Felipe Leal Coutinho
Softaware Soluções em Informática
On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 10:00 AM, Martin Krischik <
krischik at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> Am 14.04.10 14:33, schrieb Felipe Coutinho:
> > Hello,
> > I'm insterested to make a calculator using the HP12c microcode from
> > nonpareil, but I want to know why this microcode was removed from
> > package. What kind of licensing issues it has?
> Now that is a very interesting question! Who kicked up a fuss here and why?
> > Other question is: if the nonpareil project is GPLv2, why some people use
> > the calculators microcode from nonpareil to make commercial projects. How
> > this is possible?
> Because GPL is a commercial licence. As long as the source code is
> delivered to the customers it is perfectly legal and percisly what the
> GPL intents. The GPL was never intended to be give away gratis license.
> I too have (very old) nonpareil code (ported to Java) in my HP 45
> Emulator. And I too charge money. My customers get the source code. I
> don't see a problem.
> With kind regard
> Martin Krischik
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