> Trolltech (now known as Qt Software) started marketing the Qt cross-platform library in 1996, and made the X11 version available under a free use, code available license.
No, they made the code available under a *zero-cost*, code-available license. It was certainly not free use (notably, it restricted redistribution of modified versions); that was, indeed, the entire point of the controversy around the license.
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