[PD] Percolate

Tim Blechmann tim at klingt.org
Fri Mar 9 00:03:37 CET 2007

On Thu, 2007-03-08 at 23:37 +0100, Thomas Grill wrote:
> > Is Flext based externals, which need be GPL externals, violating the  
> > GPL when used as Max/MSP externals? If so, and if the GPL is not  
> > violated when using the Flext based externals with Pd, then it makes  
> > sense in my head to distinguish between binary and source wrt  
> > violation against the GPL. But Flext might have a clause that catches  
> > just that?
> >   
> To my mind, flext-based Max externals would only violate the GPL, if 
> they were shipped closed-source with Max.
> If the are GPL'd as well and installed by the user, i don't see why this 
> should be a problem.

although i don't really like this clause, the following description is
quite clear:


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