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  • Sharp Develop Components need to use in my Application...

    I want to scripting my application with IronPhyton in dotnet. and also need my application is closed source, and yes in future maybe commercial\sale. I need to know following, does following sharp develop features\bineraries I allow to use in my application, without change the above statement. 1. Code...
    Posted to Forum by bangush on 04-07-2015
  • license for #develop version 4

    Is this now under the MIT? Does that mean that former changes released under LGPL should now be under MIT?
    Posted to Forum by david mirchin on 09-02-2014
  • Can I use SharpDevelop for developping commertial web application?

    I want to develop .com web application in ASP.Net MVC. Is this legal. or I need to buy S.D.
    Posted to Forum by mayur288 on 02-21-2013
  • Legal aside of using SharpDevelop's libraries in third-party applications and their modification.

    Hello, I am involved in developing a new IDE and now we are thinking about integrating a forms designer into it. We find SharpDevelop's forms designer really awesome and would like to use it in our application. I know that SharpDevelop is under LGPL. As far as I know it allows other developers to...
    Posted to Forum by Roman777 on 07-05-2012
  • Developing application using the .NET framework licensing

    I've read several post in this forum and I have understood that there is no issue in developing commercial applications using Sharpdevelop However my question is about the .NET framework. Are there any license requirements when using the .NET framework to create a commercial app? Is there everything...
    Posted to Forum by microwth on 07-04-2012
  • Program finish, upload internet in any comunity or forum for use

    I want to create a program with vb.net in SharpDevelop. what I do is download the setup.exe file on the official website of the product and create my program. At the end of my program and create the installation package, I want to upload to the Internet my program. I have to do? I have to name something...
    Posted to Forum by vani on 05-30-2012
  • License termination

    Section 8 of LGPL 2.1 says: You may not copy, modify, sublicense, link with, or distribute the Library except as expressly provided under this License. Any attempt otherwise to copy, modify, sublicense, link with, or distribute the Library is void, and will automatically terminate your rights under this...
    Posted to Forum by uhuru on 05-01-2012
  • License - Ok to embed dll inside exe?

    I want to use the #ZipLib library in a utility I will create for internal use at my workplace. I have seen several posts here that the compiled dll can be used in a closed source application. But I have two questions 1. Do I need to give any attributions? I am thinking that on the first run the console...
    Posted to Forum by Hemal Pandya on 10-02-2011
  • .Net Framework License and a possible problem with Sharp Develop

    Dear : I am developing an application in " Net "for the purpose of completing my undergraduate studies. I was reading the license of the " Net Framework " and I've read that can only be used on Windows operating systems . I did not finish reading it because they did not understand...
    Posted to Forum by gabybosetti on 02-08-2011
  • License from PKWARE needed or not for commercial closed source product using SharpZipLib?

    Hello, I realize the #csharpziplib may be used in a commercial closed-source project, as long the the source is not used and one links to just the .dll. But I have heard that one needs a license from PKWARE to use the zip alogrithm. This question was asked before here: http://community.sharpdevelop.net...
    Posted to Forum by Revtim on 04-14-2010
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