|Re: Xtext/Xpand 1.02 License Question [message #692560 is a reply to message #692524]
||Mon, 04 July 2011 17:35
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
what you describe is perfectly legal. The plugin that Sven mentioned is
the org.antlr.generator which is not necessary to "run" your language.
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On 04.07.11 18:42, Christian Ammann wrote:
> i have a question about the Xtext/Xpand/Eclipse licenses: When i
> understand it right, Xtext, Xpand and Eclipse are distributed under the
> "Eclipse Public License" which is almost like the BSD-License.
> Is it therefore legal to:
> - take a Eclipse IDE
> - install Xtext/Xpand
> - install my own custom dsl and corresponding code generator
> - put the corresponding new eclipse distribution on a homepage, ship it
> to customers, etc. ? (in binary form without providing the source code)
> According to this blog entry:
> There were/are still some parts in Xtext/Xpand which don't use the
> "Eclipse Public License", thats why im asking.
> Best regards,
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