I am developing a product that links to a number of LGPL (or compatible) licensed libraries.
The product itself is a creator tool for intellectual property work of its users. The LGPL libraries are used in implementing the tool, but the derived user works do not reference the LGPL libraries directly.
I have no problem perfectly abiding to the LGPL, my product is free (as in free beer) and open source, but I would like to set a different license under which my product is to be used, that would cover all the user content it is used to generate, which could be either FOS or commercial/proprietary.
Does using LGPL libraries in my product prevent me from distributing it under my own license or extending it to cover all work, derived from it?
As an additional point, will the situation be different for GPL, and if so - how?