[erlang-questions] Commercial Erlang application licence question

Daniel Dormont dan@REDACTED
Mon Oct 10 01:59:09 CEST 2011

Are you bundling the Erlang run-time system or any of its components?
Regardless of whether you modified them or not, the answer likely depends on
whether you're distributing them. If not, I can't see how there could be any
restriction. Surely Ericsson can't force you to use a certain license merely
because your code is written in Erlang.


On Sun, Oct 9, 2011 at 7:12 PM, Nick <nick.sfx.1@REDACTED> 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?
> 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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