On 20.03.2010 23:19, alex koko wrote:
> Hi SVN dev-team,
> I'm currently tinkering around a bit with an Android SVN
> application. For displaying the different actions that occured within
> a revision i started using the icons from Trotoise
> (src/Resources/action*.ico). The app is currently still in early
> development phase and as i started it as some kind of extended
> tutorial to get to know android a bit better I'm not even sure if i
> ever will release it to the public.
> As I'm pretty new to OS-Development I figured i'll dig around a bit
> in the GPL license to find out whats allowed and what's not. If I'm
> going to release the app later there will be a free version in the
> market (and the source is available at sourceforge). So that should
> be okay i guess. If I later still should decide to release an
> extended version in the android market for some small amount, how
> would this mix up with the GPL?
> I know i could have spent some more time on searching for an answer
> to this question myself, but even if I was already sure that it is
> legal, i still wanted to ask you guys and maybe get some approval
> from "the source".
The icons are available either under GPL or under the "TortoiseSVN icon
license" as mentioned here:
It basically says that you can use the icons if you're using them for an
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Received on 2010-03-21 08:31:24 CET