Re: How available is 'freely available' ?

flupp wrote:
can I use AdaCore's GtkAda as a (GPL) binding over GTK (which itself is
LGPL'd), in a compiled commercial program (supposed I don't link in any
other GPL libraries, but eventually still might link in GMGPL or LGPL
libraries) ?

Isn't GTKada under the GMGPL? A copy I looked at has the exception in the file headers.

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