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If your application just wants to read a file called cacert.pem that can be interpreted as having the format of a pem file, then the contents of the file are just data to the program and under copyright law the two are considered independent works whose copyright licenses don't affect each other. This means that the cacert.pem file provided by Mozilla under ...


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Consuming and distributing MPL-2.0 code is easy so long as you aren't making any changes to it. If all you're doing is using a compiled DLL as-is, things are going to be very straightforward. All you really need to do is inform users of your application that you have a component in your project covered by the MPL-2.0 license and link to the DLL's source ...


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Merely calling various programs through their command line interface is most likely entirely fine, and does not impose any licensing obligations on you. You are free to use MPL or GPL, but can just as well use the Unlicense, a proprietary license, or no license at all (all rights reserved). However, I'd caution against using the Unlicense. While its intent ...


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