[SDL] Licence Question - Embedding the DLL into an Exe under Windows...

Antonio SJ Musumeci asm3072 at njit.edu
Wed Nov 9 12:22:06 PST 2005


If the author also offers the source or object files to the application 
and instructions to link them... he can distribute a package with it 
statically linked. It's not pretty... but can be done.

Brian Barrett wrote:
> i was just leaving the door open in case someone told me about some
> (easy) way to do the replacement. i am not very familiar with what
> Dominique describes, but if it means as i guess that the DLL is part
> of the exectuable and is extracted at run time without the end user
> being able to modify it, then yes it is against the license. i wasnt
> 100% sure though :)
> 
> On 11/9/05, Mike Frysinger <vapier at gentoo.org> wrote:
> 
>>On Wed, Nov 09, 2005 at 06:19:51PM +0000, Brian Barrett wrote:
>>
>>>if an end user cannot replace the library with a newer one, then no
>>
>>as in "no, he cannot do it because it'd be against the license" ;)
>>-mike
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