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Remi1945

Display Componant like Gauges Led and Graphic for Delphi FMX

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Hello

I have created some graphic components to display data like gauges thermometer and so...

You will have all the explanations HERE the explanations are in French  but you can easily translate in English with google translation.

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1 hour ago, Remi1945 said:

What is the problem with the license?

This:

 

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This means it will be basically useless for commercial projects.

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10 hours ago, Stefan Glienke said:

 

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May I ask which site is giving an overview about licenses like this?

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   At first I thought it was TMS  :classic_smile:

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19 hours ago, Stefan Glienke said:

This:

 

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This means it will be basically useless for commercial projects.

I am not a lawyer but on the left column you have commercial use permission so you can use it for commercial project. I may be wrong but for me the disclose source condition concern only the components source and not the whole source of your commercial project.

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9 hours ago, Stefan Glienke said:

https://choosealicense.com/ is also a good help to decide which one to pick.

I used this one to select the licence. But as I said I am not a lawyer so I have not looked all the details of the licence but just the basic informations and the GPL-3 seems to be ok for me

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You are right that it can be used for commercial products:

But the page you used correctly says: 

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The GNU GPLv3 also lets people do almost anything they want with your project, except distributing closed source versions.

So yes, I may still charge money for the software I sell ("commercial"), but I will have to make all of my source code (not just yours) available to everybody.

See here (in French): Licence publique générale GNU — Wikipédia (wikipedia.org)

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