I tried to find a answer on this, maybe somebody can help

If Turbocash core is taken and changes made for commercial 
application. Can that be done with the GPL License ? Basically the 
core code will still be available and a reference made
to it, but the commercial requirements side is under a other license 
term to keep it company owned ?

Please help.


I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.



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We can work with you in a GPL (TurboCASH 4) or a commercial  licence (TurboCASH5). The a data is transferable. You need to give me more idea of what you want to do and I will show you the structure. What is your development environment and what are you trying to do?

GPL is pretty strict about making code available.

Our commercial licence is flexible and priced to be almost irrelevant to a real accounting application ($60 per year)

Most development ideas don't require modifying the core code. (1 Million lines of Pascal - takes about 6 moths to find you way around it)

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