I am using mostly LGPL or compatible libraries, but there's also a few that are available under GPL & compatible only.
I understand that GPL requirements apply to software distribution, in other words, I can link against GPL with no obligations whatsoever so long as I am not distributing but instead using the software internally.
My product, as offered to 3rd party users in a binary form, excludes everything that is not LGPL compatible, and is distributed under a proprietary license.
Is it possible to distribute my software under my license terms, provided that all GPL options are disabled by default, all relevant code is disabled, and no linking against any GPL code takes place?
Or alternatively - does writing
#include <GPLcode> on a piece of paper make the paper subject to GPL requirements, since it does conceptually contain a references link to GPL code? Asking since a "text print" of code does technically satisfy providing a source copy.