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comment Does one line of GPLed code make program a “derived work”?
@Snowman: I will consider it. Have a nice day.
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comment Does one line of GPLed code make program a “derived work”?
@Snowman: And instead of doing that it would be better idea to work on filtering tools. If question is useful for someone it should stay. I do remember someone nuking a very useful question/answer about freelancing. What a waste.
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comment Does one line of GPLed code make program a “derived work”?
@durron597: I wish you guys found something better to do instead of closing 4 years old questions that have been successfully answered.
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comment Understanding Visual Studio Community Edition license
Nice analysis. I guess at this point it makes sense to stick to Qt Creator - given the quality of C++11 support in 2013.
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comment Does one line of GPLed code make program a “derived work”?
@Mawg: You should be, since it indicates possibility of poor coding style. In most cases iterator name should be descriptive and self-explanatory, such as "nameIndex". "i" is pretty much acceptable only in very short for loops, in which case it doesn't get a line for itself, or when it is used in mathematical sense and actually means "i". Also, the question was asked 3 years ago. Accepted answer covers legal part of your query.
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