[Mono-list] Parallel environments and mono runtime license
alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Tue Dec 14 10:59:34 EST 2010
- I would need to distribute it with the mono runtime source code
No, you don't have to bundle the source but you would have to provide
a link where they could retrieve the source. Therefore it'd be
simplest if you could use a standard mono tarball from the
mono-project website as your starting point. If you required custom
patches to that, you would have to bundle those, but that'd be
significantly smaller than bundling everything.
p.s. IANAL and all that ;)
On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 3:04 PM, noelkennedy <nkennedy at rvc.ac.uk> wrote:
> Thanks for the quick reply!
> To confirm my understanding:
> - I want to distribute my program which would be 'bundled' with a specific
> version of mono
> - I would need to distribute it with the mono runtime source code
> - I would need to allow the client to modify and recompile the mono runtime
> and to use their modded version of the runtime to host my application
> - I would not need to distribute the source code for my application
> (distribution would be via binaries)
> - I would not need to allow access in any way to my proprietary source
> code, unless I choose to
> - I can charge for a license to use my application
> Is this a correct analysis of the license?
> Thanks for your time!
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