I would like to contribute a multi-cycle (slow, but area-compact)\n(Hehe, someone else already released a pipelined integer-divider,\nto the opencores.org repository. Gence I'm marketing my divider as\n'compact'!)\nI am reading through the FAQ, and one part has me a bit confused...\n\n===\n\nThe 'licensing' portion -\- I understand that the 'GPL' license\nis fairly restrictive in that it forces derivative works to be\ndistributed in documented *AND* modifiable form.\n\nMy goal is to let *anyone* use my integer-divider as they see\nfit. If they want to use it in a closed commercial project, that's\nfine. It seems like a GPL-release cannot be used in a closed\nproject, is that correct?\n\nSo under which license should I release my divider? LGPL, BSD, etc.?!?\n\n....\n\nAlso, is Xilinx Webpack 5.1ISE the final version that will run\nunder Win98se (no flames please)? The newer versions refuse to install.