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I've found it's helpful to be concrete, so here's my scenario: Alice, Bob, Carol, and Dave all write individual pieces of code de novo, and publish them under a variety of mutually-compatible free licences. Emily combines them all with some code of her own into a project which she publishes without any licence/copyright details. Frank picks this code up, ...


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No, that is not possible. First, the header file and the corresponding implementation are closely related enough that if one is under the LGPL license, then the LGPL requires that the other is also under the LGPL license. And putting the header file also under a proprietary license is not going to work either if the existing LGPL code needs to be modified to ...


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