[glideplan_swproj] Re: CMake, Licences , ...

  • From: Cestmir Houska <czestmyr@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: glideplan_swproj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 13:10:51 +0100

AFAIK, BSD license is GPL-compatible (not vice-versa), so there shouldn't
be any problem with re-licensing a BSD code under GPL.


On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 2:59 AM, Kuba Marek <blue.cube@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I've been playing with CMake this evening, specifically with
> autodetection of osg and osgearth. It all seems to work automagically on
> linux, if you're on windows or have some weird setup you'll need to
> specify two paths when first configuring the project.
> I used two cmake module files. The first one is for osgEarht, a sligt
> remix of a module I found on the web and it's already pushed. It didn't
> mention licences inside so I just used it.
> The second file (for osgQt) is based on a part of CMake distribution
> (osgDB) and has a scary comment about being "Distributed under the
> OSI-approved BSD License" I don't know if it's ok to use that ... and
> my brain hurts when trying to find out.
> The question now is how careful we want to be about this. Any ideas?
> Good Night
> Kuba

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