[PD] expr alternative

i go bananas hard.off at gmail.com
Mon Oct 24 09:59:59 CEST 2011

>>The GPL has absolutely no restrictions on commerce.  You are free to sell
any GPL software however you see fit. But you must give the source code to
everyone you give the software to.<<

sorry hans, i should have been clearer on that.  i meant 'closed source
commercial application'.

out of interest, what's the deal with pd being used as the audio engine for
computer games, like Spore, or whatever?  They don't make the source code
available, do they?  Wouldn't those applications also have to avoid [expr] ?
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