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Tue Oct 8 00:40:08 CEST 2019
Note that there is (or was?) a restriction in the commercial license.
You are not allowed to use commercial Qt if you previously uses open
source Qt in the project. So you might not even be allowed to switch
from open source to commercial.
Not sure if that (very) weird term has been removed now or not, but it
was there a while ago.
On 07/10/2019 18:57, Colin Worth wrote:
> Thanks Giuseppe, Jerome, and Uwe. All of this makes sense to me. I will have to talk to our software and management people and decide what our best route is. Incidentally, we will also need FDA certification for this product. This is all a bit preliminary. The product is still in development. I’m in touch with the Qt office in Boston as well.
>> On Oct 7, 2019, at 1:55 AM, Uwe Rathmann <Uwe.Rathmann at tigertal.de> wrote:
>>> On 10/6/19 12:03 PM, Giuseppe D'Angelo via Interest wrote:
>>> Hey, I linked it two emails ago :-)
>> Ah yes, sorry.
>> My response was initially more explicit about FUD, before I decided, that it is not worth the effort.
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