I'm thinking about using libraw in my project (linking to it, not modifying in any way). But I'm a bit baffled by the licence under which to use it. There is a post on this forum about using libraw under the LGPL or CDDL licence, but the main page is speaking about GNU GPL v2 and later.
My project is going be closed source application made for a third party and GPL licence might be a problem, is it possible to use some different licence for using libraw?
Uhh, forgot to mention that by linking I mean linking to it's compiled file (libraw.dylib) which is going to be located in the program folder of the program and the application is going to be using the functions in the library :)
I've answered already in
I've answered already in another thread: http://www.libraw.org/comment/3725#comment-3725
If you use CDDL or LibRaw's own license, you may link as you wish, dynamic linking is not mandatory
-- Alex Tutubalin @LibRaw LLC