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I have written a program that uses several open source components. First off, it's written in python. Second, I use the modules subprocess, argparse, os and datetime. […] My goal is to disallow any use, modification or distribution of that program that is not explicitly allowed by our company. May I use a simple, standarized EULA for that? Yes, you may do ...


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You want to use standard library in closed-source products. It's a normal thing and it's allowed by the PSF. PSFL is free license and non-copyleft. It requires to do some things like give credits or place that license text in your program as a notice (no as license for your software). You can do that making file "THIRD-PARTY-NOTICES.TXT". I ...


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I do not know if there's a standard for this, but given that (as I write this) nobody else has answered, I might as well.... What I've typically seen in source files which have documentation comments is that the license information is included in a separate, non-documentation comment block. I think this makes sense, since the generated documentation is meant ...


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