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Re: [jfw] LGPL License Change Approved



Hi Nils,

If code contains both GPL(CMS) and LGPL (Framework) then GPL takes precedence.


On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 9:24 PM, Nils Rückmann <sybrek AT gmail.com> wrote:
Indeed, great news. But can somebody explain how the following will work ?

The roadmap for the CMS calls for a future version of the Joomla Framework to be used within it. When that happens, the GPL license for the CMS will apply to any combined Joomla Framework + CMS application.

It sounds like jumping between GPL and LGPL.

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