Dang, linux is nice for the proto typing.by Simmons (no login)
In a weekend I've gotten more done than I did in windows (.net specifically) in a month.
I do have a concern though: With all these dependencies, most opensource, how does this affect copyrights on my code? Like if I want to sell software developed on/for linux. Are there closed source equivalent drivers / libraries I can purchase in linux?
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|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Re: Dang, linux is nice for the proto typing.||Michael Calkins on Aug 7|
|* Nice summary.||Anonymous on Aug 7|
|* :-)||Michael Calkins on Aug 7|
|Personally, I've always liked the BSD licenses (once my GNU-found fanboy phase was over)||Anonymous on Aug 7|
|They're funny people, those Open Source ones||Anonymous on Aug 7|
|Depends on what you mean by "sell." (Wait for it)||Anonymous on Aug 7|
|For instance: Using V4L2 or SDL2 in a game.||Simmons on Aug 8|
|SDL is now under the zlib license-- you "should be" alright||Anonymous on Aug 8|