[erlang-questions] Commercial Erlang application licence question

Nick <>
Tue Oct 11 12:05:26 CEST 2011


Thanks Joe and Daniel.

Would the same apply to beam files as well? We will essentially distribute
beam files, which end user will run using Erlang distribution.

Nick


On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 8:56 PM, Joe Armstrong <> wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 1:12 AM, Nick <> wrote:
> > What kind of licence would apply to programs (for commercial use, and
> closed
> > source) written in Erlang? Does code need to be shared and under what
> > licence?
>
> You decide this - for code you write and distribute that is not derived
> from other licensed code you decide the licensing conditions.
>
> If you modify and distribute individual files in the Erlang distribution
> you will have to comply with the licence that pertains to these files.
>
> /Joe
>
> >
> > No Erlang libraries/files are touched.
> >
> > Just need to be extra sure of licence terms of Erlang. (Essentially means
> > distributing set of text files with .erl, that follows Erlang programming
> > principles and key-words, but I am not legal expert myself:)
> >
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