C/C++ interpreter Ch binding to GMP
peterw at softintegration.com
Fri Jul 1 21:40:35 CEST 2005
> >Not sure if it is the right place to ask the ch gmp binding quesiton?
> >We provides free C/C++ interpreter Ch runing across windows, unix, freebsd
> >and mac os x.
> >If creating Ch GMP interface, is it possible to bundle the
> >Ch GMP binding source to distribute along with GMP?
> >With Ch GMP binding, all GMP functions can run across platform without
> >compilatin. Since Ch sdk is free, the ch gmp binding source code
> >is supposed to be able to compile and work with
> >any new release of gmp, without modification.
> The standard GNU copyright admits a source to be run and called from
> non-free and/or non-open programs (details spelled out in the
> copyright) as a program, but not as a DLL. The lesser GNU licence,
> used for C libraries and the like, admits one to integrate library
> code into non-free and/or non-open programs.
> So if GMP uses the lesser GNU copyright, the answer is yes. If GMP
> uses the standard GNU copyright, the answer depends on what
> conditions your sources are distributed under, and whether GMP is
> called as a program or a DLL.
The Ch binding source code can be distributed as the same license as GMP.
are you able to help load the binding source code to distribute with GMP once
the code is ready?
> Hans Aberg
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