License issue with BOOST lib.

Discussion in 'C++' started by Andrej Hristoliubov, Oct 23, 2005.

  1. let's say I encorporate boost library within my company software, would
    that mean that a software becomes an open-source?

    what are restrictions?
     
    Andrej Hristoliubov, Oct 23, 2005
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  2. Andrej Hristoliubov

    Greg Guest

    Re: License issue with BOOST lib.

    Andrej Hristoliubov wrote:
    > let's say I encorporate boost library within my company software, would
    > that mean that a software becomes an open-source?
    >
    > what are restrictions?


    Why not read the license yourself to find out its terms?

    After all, would you really want to tell your company that the Boost
    license will work for their purposes because someone in USENET forum
    told you it would?

    Greg
     
    Greg, Oct 23, 2005
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