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Date: 2007-07-02 (02:06)
From: Christopher L Conway <cconway@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Ocaml license
You shouldn't have to worry about the OCaml license at all. The LGPL
allows you to distribute code that merely links against the standard
library (as opposed to extending or modifying the library code) under
a license of your choosing.


On 7/1/07, Grant Olson <> wrote:
> I'm getting ready to release a little open source app I wrote in Ocaml.
> This is a standalone app compiled with Ocaml.  I tried to read the license,
> and between the "Q License" and the LGPL I'm not really sure what applies to
> me.  I'm assuming the resulting binary links against LPGL code, so I need to
> include at least that.
> Can anyone tell me what I should put in my license file? Or should I just
> paste in everything from the LICENSE document?
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