I am developing a python GUI for my company using PySide which is under LGPL license.
My company would like to sell it and thus it can't be open source. From my understanding of the LGPL, I need to make sure that the final user would be able to replace the libraries in my program with their own version.
To obtain a compact, sharable version of the program, I am using cx_Freeze. Do you think this comply with the license?
From cx_Freeze docs:
cx_Freeze normally produces a folder containing an executable file for your program, along with the shared libraries (DLLs or .so files) needed to run it.