[Haskell-cafe] ... processing of large raster images : CLEAN
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Wed Jun 21 11:46:36 EDT 2006
with GPL you have to make your code GPL if it uses GPLed code.
with LGPL you dont have to make your code LGPL/GPL if it only links
against LGPLed library.
2006/6/21, Bulat Ziganshin <bulat.ziganshin at gmail.com>:
> Hello Jerzy,
> Wednesday, June 21, 2006, 4:32:40 PM, you wrote:
> >> one possibly
> >> interesting variant of these "strict Haskell" can be Clean language -
> >> it's also lazy by default, afaik, but contains better features to
> >> specify strictness, compiler that generates fast code (at the level of
> >> OCaml/jhc), plus IDE with GUI libs. comparing to Haskell, it seems
> >> somewhat like "Visual Basic" comparing to plain Basic. again, i don't
> >> tried it (and it's not free, afair), so look yourself.
> > ... You will find that Clean IS FREE under LGPL, although commercial
> > versions exist as well.
> can you write more about Clean, about experience with it? i don't know
> exact LGPL rules - can it be used to develop commercial software and
> which parts (if any) is omitted in LGPL version?
> it will be very interesting to hear about Clean programming
> environment comparing with well-known RADs - .NET, Eclipse, Delphi?
> can you enlighten me?
> Best regards,
> Bulat mailto:Bulat.Ziganshin at gmail.com
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