> They only have to recompile their program against non-GPLed code (e.g.
> rewrite that part from scratch) and redistribute it.
That assumes that a non-GPL equivalent even exists, or can be written without
completely plagiarizing (sp?) the GPL original. How do you make a non-GPL
version of vmlinux or stdio.h? Ok, that's not the best example, but I think you
get my point.
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