Hold on, hold on,...
>C. Use of SDK Source Code; Use and Distribution of Derivative Works. GCG
> grants to Customer a nonassignable, nonexclusive perpetual license:
>>(i) to adapt the SDK Source Code to create derivative works containing the
^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> SDK Source Code (the "Derivative Works");
>>(ii) to install and run a copy of the Derivative Works on computer systems
> licensed under the Customer's Standard Agreement and Customer's License
> Extensions but Customer may not distribute, or allow the distribution
> of, any Derivative Work to any third party.
>If I'm not mistaken, the "Derivative Works" are defined here as "works
containing the SDK Source Code", not as original programs making calls
to GCG libraries. The way I read this section, such original works could
still be distributed (binaries only?). Am I wrong?
I guess that EGCG needs an amendment only for those EGCG programs derived
from GCG source code and including parts of it (there are a few in EGCG).
Well, that's the way I see things...
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