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the code that they write would access some parts of my engine through Jython, and so I assume those would have to be released under the GPL I do not understand what makes you think so. Jython is not covered by GNU GPL and never was; its current release is under terms of Python Software Foundation License, which seems to be a lax permissive non-copyleft ...


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No. The GNU Public License is intentionally a viral license, which means derivative works must be distributed under the GPL also. Using your code as a library is a derivative work. Hence users of your game engine would need to release their game under the GPL also. If you want to let your users choose a different license for their derivative work, but ...


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I am not a lawyer, and you should seek out an actual lawyer for a proper legal consultation. That said, the terms of the license seem pretty clear. You may cancel your subscription, at which point you are not entitled to future updates of the engine, but you can still use the version you have: After cancellation of your Subscription by either you or ...



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