* Justin Cormack <justin(a)street-vision.com>
On Tue, 2003-04-01 at 02:25, Ronald G Minnich
- you can build GPL code based on NDA chipsets,
but you MUST get the
permission to do that from the holder of the GPL
er, typo, holder of specification
both should be ok. As the holder of the GPL is the one that has to
enforce it, it might be sufficient to get a permission from the license
holder to only release a binary. (Which is still not a good idea, wrt
This would then be a violation of the GPL. If you produce something based
on GPL code, you must distribute the source (or make it available) as well as
the binary. There's no such thing as binary-only GPL code.
If you think violating the GPL is not such a bad idea....
Most people are aware that the Universe is big.
- Paul Davies, Professor of Theoretical Physics