I want to freely distribute a software I developed, very demanded in a specific research and academic field. That's why it's important for me to distribute it freely at least in binary form (easy to installed and ready to be used).
This software uses several third-party libraries, all of them under some kind of open-source license (MIT, BSD, etc.). But this software also includes a distribution of the R software and several packages for R and it's linked to R dll's. I know R and those packages are released under GPL3, so my software should have too. That's no a problem for me to provide my source-code under GPL3.
The problem is: what if some of the third-party libraries I use are released under some open source licence but which is not totally compatible with GPL3?
If that's a problem to distribute my software under GPL3, can I proceed in some way to avoid the problem?
(Replacing the free third-party libraries I use by GPL3-compliant only ones is not an option, many of them are very complex and the only available ones for the needed functionality)