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[ANN] UniqLogger a Qt-based logging library
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Francesco Lamonica
2018-11-16 23:23:24 UTC
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Hi all,
I'd just want to announce the availability of the UniqLogger library,
it's an open-source Qt-based logging library with multiple backends (
file, colored console, network, db) that runs on many platforms (linux,
win, macOS, iOS, android)

You can grab a copy at http://github.com/netresultsit/uniqlogger
René Hansen
2018-11-17 17:01:39 UTC
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Thank you for sharing Francesco!

This seems confusing though, as LGPL is indeed free for commercial use:

"License is LGPL-2, if you need a commercial license, feel free to contact
us."


/René
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hi all,
I'd just want to announce the availability of the UniqLogger library,
it's an open-source Qt-based logging library with multiple backends (
file, colored console, network, db) that runs on many platforms (linux,
win, macOS, iOS, android)
You can grab a copy at http://github.com/netresultsit/uniqlogger
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Francesco Lamonica
2018-11-17 17:51:38 UTC
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Hello René,
license is indeed LGPL-2 and you can use the library in your commercial
product.
That sentence you mention is for some specific needs like static compiling
in a commercial product that, iirc, is not permitted by lgpl.

regards
Post by René Hansen
Thank you for sharing Francesco!
"License is LGPL-2, if you need a commercial license, feel free to contact
us."
/René
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hi all,
I'd just want to announce the availability of the UniqLogger library,
it's an open-source Qt-based logging library with multiple backends (
file, colored console, network, db) that runs on many platforms (linux,
win, macOS, iOS, android)
You can grab a copy at http://github.com/netresultsit/uniqlogger
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ich
2018-11-17 18:54:46 UTC
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ianal,
but static linking is allowed, as long as you provide the object files to allow relinking.
This seems to be a field of discussion, though...

Alex
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hello René,
license is indeed LGPL-2 and you can use the library in your commercial
product.
That sentence you mention is for some specific needs like static compiling
in a commercial product that, iirc, is not permitted by lgpl.
regards
Post by René Hansen
Thank you for sharing Francesco!
This seems confusing though, as LGPL is indeed free for commercial
"License is LGPL-2, if you need a commercial license, feel free to
contact
Post by René Hansen
us."
/René
On Sat, 17 Nov 2018 at 00:23 Francesco Lamonica
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hi all,
I'd just want to announce the availability of the UniqLogger
library,
Post by René Hansen
Post by Francesco Lamonica
it's an open-source Qt-based logging library with multiple backends
(
Post by René Hansen
Post by Francesco Lamonica
file, colored console, network, db) that runs on many platforms
(linux,
Post by René Hansen
Post by Francesco Lamonica
win, macOS, iOS, android)
You can grab a copy at http://github.com/netresultsit/uniqlogger
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Jean-Michaël Celerier
2018-11-18 18:47:45 UTC
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Post by Francesco Lamonica
That sentence you mention is for some specific needs like static
compiling in a commercial product that, iirc, is not permitted by lgpl.

that's false.
https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.en.html#LGPLStaticVsDynamic
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hello René,
license is indeed LGPL-2 and you can use the library in your commercial
product.
That sentence you mention is for some specific needs like static compiling
in a commercial product that, iirc, is not permitted by lgpl.
regards
Post by René Hansen
Thank you for sharing Francesco!
"License is LGPL-2, if you need a commercial license, feel free to
contact us."
/René
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hi all,
I'd just want to announce the availability of the UniqLogger library,
it's an open-source Qt-based logging library with multiple backends (
file, colored console, network, db) that runs on many platforms (linux,
win, macOS, iOS, android)
You can grab a copy at http://github.com/netresultsit/uniqlogger
_______________________________________________
Interest mailing list
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Francesco Lamonica
2018-11-19 09:59:55 UTC
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Hello Jean-Michael,
thanks for the link, i didn't know you could provide the object file.

regards

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 7:48 PM Jean-Michaël Celerier <
Post by Jean-Michaël Celerier
Post by Francesco Lamonica
That sentence you mention is for some specific needs like static
compiling in a commercial product that, iirc, is not permitted by lgpl.
that's false.
https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.en.html#LGPLStaticVsDynamic
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hello René,
license is indeed LGPL-2 and you can use the library in your commercial
product.
That sentence you mention is for some specific needs like static
compiling in a commercial product that, iirc, is not permitted by lgpl.
regards
Post by René Hansen
Thank you for sharing Francesco!
"License is LGPL-2, if you need a commercial license, feel free to
contact us."
/René
Post by Francesco Lamonica
Hi all,
I'd just want to announce the availability of the UniqLogger library,
it's an open-source Qt-based logging library with multiple backends (
file, colored console, network, db) that runs on many platforms (linux,
win, macOS, iOS, android)
You can grab a copy at http://github.com/netresultsit/uniqlogger
_______________________________________________
Interest mailing list
http://lists.qt-project.org/mailman/listinfo/interest
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