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Re:The GPL doesn't work that way

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 13, 2002 09:37 PM
Nope. The thing with "internal distribution" is that you can make the source available to your own employees, company policy permitting. There are no special clauses for "company internal" uses in the GPL or the LGPL.

The rule is clear: If you distribute the binaries, you must also distribute the source. The exact details as to what the "source" means are explained on as always.


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