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    Looks like it.
  2. You also have to be careful on what third party libs/code you include with the extension. For example, GPL license is not compatible with Eclipse Public License (EPL).

    see...
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    What makes you say that? I download the LGPL release and the source directory is there with all the javascript.

    Anyhow, extjs definitely has the nicer look and feel for the gui. THe Smartclient...
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    Yes, I was wrong to say the above. I should have said, No company uses GPLed library within their code.
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    My interpretation as well. I don't understand why people are really upset. They shouldn't. It doesn't mean they can't use the library. It just means they have to pay for developers license. They want...
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    I was being facetious. Sorry about that. You won't convince people though. GPL == viral especially for libraries.

    Not everyone have attorneys so you have to boil it down simply for standard...
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    Totally agree. I've seen this happen so many times. Bottom line: they want to be paid and that's okay. Making it GPL is basically making it closed software. No one and I mean no one that works for a...
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    Darrell:

    Could you clarify the licensing? I know in the mygwt forum you said it was license LGPL. However, this contradicts the licensing page on http://extjs.com/products/license.php.

    Dino
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