the licence is GPL, LGPL, MIT, and MPL
Posted Sep 17, 2008 12:34 UTC (Wed) by coriordan
Parent article: Dirac 1.0.0 released.
The licences used are GPL, LGPL, MIT, and MPL, and it seems all parts can be relicensed under GPL/LGPL. Here's the explanation from their FAQ:
What are the license conditions?
The Schrodinger software is available under any of the GPLv2, MIT or MPL licences. Libraries may also be used under LGPL.
The Dirac research software source code is licenced under the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1, and allows relicensing under the GPL and LGPL.
Our intention is that code be used as widely and as freely as possible. This is why we have allowed (re-)licensing under the terms of the GPL and LGPL licences. Both the research and Schrodinger codebases can be used in free and commercial projects.
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