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Is jQuery a GPL?
You are still free to take a jQuery Foundation project, make changes, and re-license it under the GPL if your situation makes that desirable. The Free Software Foundation site confirms that the MIT License is a “lax, permissive non-copyleft free software license, compatible with the GNU GPL.”
Is MIT compatible with GPL?
The MIT License is compatible with many copyleft licenses, such as the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL). Any software licensed under the terms of the MIT License can be integrated with software licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL.
Should I use GPL or MIT?
As far as distribution counts, you need to put the whole package under GPL. MIT code inside of the package will still be available under MIT whereas the GPL applies to the package as a whole if not limited by higher rights. “Restrictive” or “more restrictive” / “less restrictive” depends a lot on the point of view.
Is MIT compatible with GPL 2?
This is a lax, permissive non-copyleft free software license, compatible with the GNU GPL. Some people call this license “the MIT License,” but that term is misleading, since MIT has used many licenses for software. It is a lax, permissive non-copyleft free software license, compatible with the GNU GPL.
Is jQuery a MIT license?
jQuery is now available, exclusively, under the MIT License. This license is much more open than the previous Creative Commons license used (and much better suited to software development).
What license is jQuery under?
It is free, open-source software using the permissive MIT License. As of May 2019, jQuery is used by 73\% of the 10 million most popular websites….jQuery.
|Original author(s)||John Resig|
Can I use MIT-licensed code in my GPL licensed project?
Can I use MIT-licensed code in my GPL-licensed project? Yes. The MIT License is GPL compatible.
What problem does MIT License solve?
The primary terms and conditions of the MIT license are to grant permissions and indemnify developers for future use. Specifically, it grants any person who obtains a copy of the software and associated files the right to use, copy, modify, merge, distribute, publish, sublicense, and sell copies of the software.
What does the MIT License allow?