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posted 3 years ago
GNU application in work other than software
GPL is designed mainly for software products, though it may be utilised for other works too. If the initial work is software, and the derivative work is not, there appears to be an obstacle in some situations, particularly if the derivative work does not have a source code. How will the GPL apply to the derivative work in this case?
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