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Use of LGPLv3/GPLv2 /Commercial License With Qt 5.5 we are changing the license of the Qt for Win RT port to be LGPLv3 / GPLv2 / commercial license.We believe that LGPLv3 is a better and clearer license than the older LGPLv2.1, so we want to use it for Win RT / Windows Store Applications in Windows 10 (as well as Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1).
To learn more why we want to use LGPLv3 in Qt and what it means, please check the blog post about introducing LGPLv3 license option and licensing pages.Qt applications have been available for earlier versions of both Windows Phone and Win RT for a while now, and we can leverage the same baseline for Qt 5.5 and Windows 10 support.For Qt 5.5 we have put a lot of effort into further stabilizing and improving the quality of our existing Qt for Win RT port, which supports all variances of Windows Store Apps (desktop and phone).Could you clarify which code is actually LGPL3 [email protected]: Qt offers an option to license all modules, including Qt Base, with LGPLv3. I’m getting sick of C , but that’s not even the real problem. NET to modern C and that’s the main reason (IMO) to open source it. I say this as a former C# fan, but I am SO glad I discovered Qt, which in turn make me like C 🙂 Well, I’ve been using C for 20 years now, but many of my younger peers are just not interested in the language anymore.