How do I comply with the apache 2.0 license in this context. Neither of these libraries have a notice file. Do I just include the apache 2.0 license to be available with my app's release (like in the folder the installation/binary is in?)? I am not modifying or redistributing the libraries (just calling functions and using classes provided), they are just going to be compiled and bundled into the application as dependencies. How would I include the copyright notices and license associated with these libraries?? From my interpretation of the license if I am going to reserve all rights to my application under copyright, as it has to be closed source--this will in turn close the source of the libraries bundled within because it'll all be compiled and shipped as a whole. Is this allowed?
Clause 4 is giving me the most trouble. 4a states that I must include the Apache 2.0 license with my derivative work (in my interpretation, because my work is based off of(uses these libraries) I must include the license with the work. how would I clarify that the Apache license applies only to the libraries? as... according to 4d "may provide additional or different license terms and conditions for use, reproduction, or distribution of Your modifications, or for any such Derivative Works as a whole, provided Your use, reproduction, and distribution of the Work otherwise complies with the conditions stated in this License." I do intend to extend no license to the users(should I include a statement in the source that it is Copyrighted, all rights reserved in source in case source is leaked somehow? for the sake of clarification?). I intended on reserving ALL rights to this application under copyright.
How do I give attribution, copyright notices and disclaimer for the libraries? Where do I put them? What is required? How do I give attribution? How to I convey their copyright notice? There is no notice file.
4c flat out confuses me.
This application is going to help a lot of people, and it's important it's closed source for security reasons. I can't use these libraries if I have to supply any source form of these libraries with my work. I intend to compile them and bundle them into the application binary as dependencies--as I stated before.
This version of the application will be a desktop application