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    Understanding The License


    I just want to make sure i have a full understanding of the open source license(LGPL). From my understanding, if i do not modify the code under the LGPL License(in this case the Ext JS code), which i have no plan of doing, i can release my project under any license with the inclusion of the ext js source code, is this correct?

    Basically i am making a php framework and want to include some sort of javascript framework with it. I plan on releasing my code under the MIT/GPL licenses(of coarse Ext JS would keeps its LGPL license within my product). I just want to make sure there will be no license issues with this.
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    For license questions, please email licensing@extjs.com. Thanks.
    Jack Slocum
    Ext JS Founder
    Original author of Ext JS 1, 2 & 3.
    Twitter: @jackslocum
    jack@extjs.com
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    Ryan,

    You should email licensing@extjs.com to get the best answer.

    Rey...
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