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Forbidding someone from redistributing or selling the work is considered a restriction that prevents a license from being an open source license. This means that there cannot be any open source licenses that meet your requirements. What you could do is to use the Apache 2.0 license and use the attribution mechanism of that license to ensure people get at ...


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It accomplishes a couple things: In a sharing chain it attempts to provide cumulative protection against reparations. Let's pretend for a moment that the second statement doesn't exist. Person A publishes a shell script under the license, and person B downloads it. A bug in the script deletes all of the user's files in select scenarios. If person B decides ...


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Using a binary program to develop your own software does not affect your source code under the terms of any open source license. The open source licenses are about copying all or some of the source code used to make an application or library, in your example that is VS Code, and incorporating that projects source code into your applications source code. ...


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