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Does MIT require people must to mention the project that they use code or binary files obtained under this license? Even users close source or modified it?

And how about only the binary file or folder with this project name in the program directory?

MIT requere inlude the MIT licence, and how will if I used any other MIT licence project? Can I merge them?

And, which of the following actions does not meet MIT's minimum requirements?

                           | No mention | mention only | licence only |
Use binary files           |            |              |              |
Use full code              |            |              |              |
Use modified full code     |            |              |              |
Use code fragment          |            |              |              |
Use modified code fragment |            |              |              |  [V][X]
  • Your choice of license does not free you from the obligations of the licenses of code you include in parts or completely. What exactly is not clear about the MIT license? It's short enough you could have discussed every single sentence in your question. Sorry to say, but currently your question reads like 'meh, please do my homework for me'. – planetmaker Jul 28 at 6:41
  • @planetmaker I think I read it too much, but I still don't know about "tell others I this program used this MIT project" is MIT license required obligation or not. So, I must have to mention this MIT project and place the MIT License file under my program, even if I make any changes about MIT project, yeah? – Squirrel.Downy Jul 28 at 7:04
  • @planetmaker but this link tell me MIT not required the modified versions must be issued under the same license: paulmillr.com/posts/… – Squirrel.Downy Jul 28 at 7:26
  • well, I've found a same question here now, I will flag this question is duplicate. – Squirrel.Downy Jul 28 at 7:35
  • Did you read the license? – user253751 Jul 29 at 11:59

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