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This isn't coherent. If I get code under e.g. MIT, and compile it myself, I have to comply with MIT for source and binary. If I get binaries under GPL, I have to comply with GPL, and I am entitled to source code under GPL by that same license. But then I get the code, can elect under MIT, and the first case applies. Open Source licenses are designed to ...


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Can I use a more permissive licence (e.g., BSD/MIT/Apache) for my source code on GitHub, and at the same time use a GPLv2 license for its PyPI binary distribution? Yes, you can. You can even create a separate PyPI binary without FFTW3 support and distribute that under the more permissive license. The GPL license requires that, if you use GPL-licensed code ...


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