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No. The key word here is "nonexclusive" license. It means that you're granting them the right to distribute your code, (which is the entire point of putting it up on a package manager,) without setting up any sort of exclusive deal or transfer of rights with them. And as the license is to distribute your code, rather than to use it, it doesn't conflict ...


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It depends on whether or not you're creating a derived work and triggering the copyleft provision. In general, for your program to not trigger copyleft, it must either be a separate work, or not be distributed. To qualify as a separate work, it must: Communicate with the GPL'd software at arms length, and Not be dependent on the GPL'd software for all or ...



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