Questions tagged [apache-2.0]

The Apache 2.0 license is a license created by the Apache Software Foundation. Use this tag when the item in question relates to this license.

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How to properly fulfill Apache 2.0 in commercial Android products at Google Play?

Given the plethora of Apache 2.0 libraries used to create many proprietary Android apps, how/where should we refer to the Apache License? Should we mention Apache license at Google Play, presenting a ...
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Which license is final for google's android play-services? ASL2.0 or Android SDK?

My android application has some com.google.android.gms.play-services-* libraries as dependencies. Let's take play-services-ads-19.7.0 as an example. Google's maven page states, that license of that ...
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Linking to Apache v.2.0 software in LGPL v.2.1 project

I am working on an open source project for an academic competition. Our customer requires us to use for our product the LGPL v.2.1. We have to use QR codes in part of our application, and we found ...
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Does importing a python package in my source code constitute redistribution of that package?

I wish to make a python package I have written publicly available on github as source code. I am being advised that I should add a NOTICE detailing all the third party packages that my code depends on....
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Include ITU-T software in an Apache 2.0 licensed project

ITU-T Recommendation T.88 includes software. The software seems to be behind a paywall today, but I downloaded it 2 years ago when it wasn't. The accompanying copyright notice says the following: ICT ...
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What should I do when using apache licensed library in my github project

I am maintaining a Github project which is owned by our company. It's a sample for demonstrating how to use the software sold by our company. My question is, if I want to modify code of another ...
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Can I use AVS Device SDK to access another voice service API?

We are developing a smart device in China and we would like to use DuerOS as our voice assistant. Since they have a version of API which is fully compatible with the Alexa Voice Service APIs, we want ...
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Usage of a part of a EPL library in LGPL or Apache 2 project

As I understand it, I am allowed to link a eclipse licensed jar to an LGPL or Apache 2 licensed open source project, without to change the projects license. Correct me if I am wrong. The question is,...
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EPL1.0 lib used in GPLv3 or in “EPL2.0 with secondary license” program

I plan to publish a small android app as open source. I use 2 libraries. One is licensed under Apache License v2 the other one is under EPL1.0. Initially I wanted to license my work under GPLv3, but I ...
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Apache 2.0 license - modified files

Is there any standard method for meeting the below modified files requirement in the Apache license, version 2.0? http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 You must cause any modified files to carry ...
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Using (A)GPL library in Apache License 2 licensed application

I have developed a modular text extraction framework (https://github.com/dankito/TextExtraction) that I like to put under the permissive Apache License 2. One of the separate modules is using latest ...
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Github, how to add license of fonts I am using in a project?

A while back I made a game and uploaded it's project files on Github and added a MIT license to it. So I was just looking at it and realized that the font I am using in it had some sort of license ...
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Requirements of Apache license

I'm building a piece of commercial, closed-source software. I'm using an open-source piece of software called Neovim -- I want to include the Neovim binary in my software bundle that I distribute and ...
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How to credit packages used in a commercial flutter project?

I have used many libraries from the pub dev site in my flutter project and i notices many of them use the bsd, mit or apache 2.0 licence. I want to release this app in the future and have read that ...
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In the Apache-2.0 what changes do we need to state?

In Apache 2.0 do I need to disclose the scource as it is technically an addition ammounting up to a modification. Give some details on NOTICE if possible.
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Obfuscation and Apache 2.0 license

Consider a scenario , I received a software that uses some Apache 2.0 licensed libraries. Software copy I received contains obfuscated codes. Also library part of code is obfuscated. Since library ...
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Attributing a software library which uses another library

I'm using this library in my app: AndroidPhotoFilters library The problem is, that it uses some other library (link: Original AndroidPhotoFilters library) with some minor changes, I guess. Who to ...
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What happens when someone merges Apache 2.0 and LGPL libraries into a GPL-2 derivate?

I used a PHP library, which in turn is elementary based on libraries published with an Apache 2.0 license and a LGPL license. The author himself has published his library under a GPLv2 license. ...
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How do I comply with MIT or Apache licenses while making clear that these licenses only apply to the libraries?

I am making a closed source app for my employer. This app uses libraries under MIT and Apache licenses. How do I comply with these licenses in such a way that it is absolutely clear that these ...
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Correct way to license third party software for Android apps

I am an Android developer. In my project (app) I use third party software (ex: Glide image loader library) to save some time and improve my app performance. Now I read this and I was able to ...
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What does “distribute with full source code” mean in GPL?

I want to use Stanford-nlp in my project to implement some search. But it is under GPL license. I found the following lines: "if your company ever make changes to the software and want to distribute ...
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Keeping contributions and allowing free use of libraries. i.e. Complex licencing issue

I have an idea for a modern compiler project which will involve, at least at the start: A driver program. A set of libraries that implement the compiler, much like LLVM/Clang. A runtime library that ...
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Commercial software that includes open-source libraries under different licenses

I am planning to develop commercial software product that will include a few open-source libraries licensed under different licenses (licenses for different libraries different): MIT, Apache Software ...
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Correctly attributing github libraries without specific mentioning

I would to attribue some of the OpenSource libraries that I'm using in my project but I found my self having problems in doing so since it is not written clear (in my opinion). For example, the ...
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Publish app with multiple open-source

I wrote an app that hopefully will be published soon. My app uses multiple 3rd party packages such as:com.squareup.picasso, com.loopj.android and com.ms-square. All of them are under Apache 2.0 ...
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Do I have to comply to license in a completely modified “example code”?

I used the official code example as a starting point to write my own library. On the first few lines : /* * Copyright (C) 2010 The Android Open Source Project * * Licensed under the Apache License,...