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GNU is Not Unix

Submission + - Can Closed Source Be Legally Blended With GPL?

ir0b0t writes: "Using a GPL license with closed source code should mean that the modified code is also GPL. But this guy, ptang ptang olay biscuit barrel, says no. Closed source code *can* sometimes legally be combined with GPL code without resulting in GPL code. I happen to disagree, but I heard he's a lawyer and a coder and that he ought to know. :) Here's the link."
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Can Closed Source Be Legally Blended With GPL?

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