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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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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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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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,...
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Looking to stop remote controls and rrgain a nornally functioning phone ( no lawyers no heat)quick efficient fix

Looking for a quick fix for my Samsung phone a20 two prior Phone issues just want a normal phone that gets the calls and messages I send (not a third party conveys to them) a private (semi) phone. Its ...