|From:||Martin Nicolás Carbone|
|Date:||Fri, 14 Aug 2015 11:42:29 -0300|
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> I'm a software developer and I start using this library for the front-end
> of my free projects:
> JQuery EasyUi (http://www.jeasyui.com)
> They say that the free edition is under GPLv3 but source code is
> primarily "Obfuscript"
Obfuscated code is not real source code. If real source code is not
available, then the program is not really free software.
Is the program being released in that way by the developer? If so, it
is not a "violation" of the GPL. (The developer is not going to sue
itself for copyright infringement, after all.)
But it is nonfree software, so if you want to make free software
you should not use it.
> ¿Is there a way to require the unobfusctaed source without paying a
> 'commercial' licence if they publish it as GPL?
I don't know. If you provide more details, I could ask a lawyer.
Dr Richard Stallman
President, Free Software Foundation (gnu.org, fsf.org)
Internet Hall-of-Famer (internethalloffame.org)
Skype: No way! See stallman.org/skype.html.
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