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Does the GPL say they must release program X and plugin sources? In brief, the GPL says that anyone who receives the binaries of X or derivative works of X must also receive the sources. This answer deals with the issue of whether or not the plugin is a derivative work of X; other answers on this site also address the issue. Does the GPL say they must ...


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No, you cannot distribute GPL-covered code in an MIT-licensed project. You have to use GPL (or a compatible license) for the project as a whole, if you include GPL-covered libraries. I can also be argued that running a website is distributing the code, so even combining it on the front-end of a running web server is at least very fishy and must not be done; ...


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