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==Will you change the license of the Octave libraries for me?==
 
==Will you change the license of the Octave libraries for me?==
  
'''No.''' Instead of asking us to change the licensing terms for Octave, we recommend that you release your program under terms that are compatible with the GPL, this way the free software community can be benefited from your work the same as you were/have benefited from the work of all the people who have contributed to Octave.
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'''No.''' Instead of asking us to change the licensing terms for Octave, we recommend that you release your program under terms that are compatible with the GPL.  This way the free software community can benefit from your work the same as you have benefited from the work of all the people who have contributed to Octave.
  
 
==Should I favor the MEX interface to avoid the GPL?==
 
==Should I favor the MEX interface to avoid the GPL?==

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