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Community License Agreement

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  • Open Source Projects:

    The Wrapper itself has a long history as a popular open source application. Tanuki Software intends to continue working with and supporting the open source community. The Community License is perfect for open source applications with GPL compatible licenses.

    The Community License allows you to integrate with applications which make use of either GPL version 2, or GPL version 3 licenses. These two licenses are not compatible with eachother, so be sure that the licenses of all components of your application are compatible with eachother.

    As long as the entire application solution does not violate any of the requirements of the GPL, the Wrapper Community Edition can be included under this license.

    If any component of the total application can not be released in a form which does not violate the GPL, then it is necessary to purchase a Server License or Development License Agreement.

  • Non-GPL Open Source Projects:

    Tanuki Software has no desire to restrict the use of the Wrapper in open source applications released under licenses not directly compatible with GPL.

    We will be happy to work with the open source community to come up with a license agreement which works with your application as long as redistribution of the Wrapper is protected in a way which follows the spirit of the GPL.

  • Closed Source Use:

    The GPL does not restrict private software from being developed for internal use which depends on software under the GPL as long as that software is never redistributed without making the full source of the entire application available to all users.

    While we encourage corporate and government users to make use of either a Server License or Development License Agreement, the Community License Agreement is acceptable as long as the application is for internal use or that will always be redistributed along with its full source.

Community License Agreement Overview

Acceptance of this License Agreement is implied by download and use of the Java Service Wrapper.

  • Licensed Products:

    The Community License Agreement allows you to use Community Editions of the Java Service Wrapper.

  • Licensed Range of Use:

    This Community License Agreement is based on the popular GPL license used by many open source projects. It has been written to be compatible with either the GPL v2 (General Public License version 2) or GPL v3 (General Public License version 3) It allows deployment of the Wrapper in applications whose complete source is made available to the user base free of charge, under the terms of the GPL.

Community License Agreement Text

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                         Tanuki Software, Ltd. 
                 Community Software License Agreement
                             Version 1.3

IMPORTANT-READ CAREFULLY: This license agreement is a legal agreement
between you ("Licensee") and Tanuki Software, Ltd. ("TSI"), which
includes computer software, associated media, printed materials, and
may include online or electronic documentation ( Software ).  PLEASE
READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU INSTALL, COPY, DOWNLOAD OR
USE THE SOFTWARE ACCOMPANYING THIS PACKAGE.

Section 1 - Grant of License

Community editions of the Software are made available on the GNU
General Public License, Version 2 ("GPLv2") or Version 3 ("GPLv3"),
included in Sections 4 and 5 of this license document.  All sections
of the Community Software License Agreement must be complied with in
addition to those of either the GPLv2 or GPLv3.  This license allows
the Software Program to be used with Products that are released under
either GPLv2 or GPLv3.


Section 2 - Definitions 

2.1. "Community Edition" shall mean versions of the Software Program
distributed in source form under this license agreement, and all new
releases, corrections, enhancements and updates to the Software
Program, which TSI makes generally available under this agreement.

2.2. "Documentation" shall mean the contents of the website
describing the functionality and use of the Software Program, located
at http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org

2.3. "Product" shall mean the computer programs, that are provided by
Licensee to Licensee customers or potential customers, and that
contain both the Software Program as a component of the Product, and a
component or components (other than the Software Program) that provide
the material functionality of the Product.  If the Product is released
in source form, the Software Program or any of its components may only
be included in executable form.

2.4. "Software Program" shall mean the computer software and license
file provided by TSI under this Agreement, including all new releases,
corrections, enhancements and updates to such computer software, which
TSI makes generally available and which Licensee receive pursuant to
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may not be enabled if they do not fall under the feature set(s)
covered by the specific license fees paid.

2.5 "End User" shall mean the customers of the Licensee or any
recipient of the Product whether or not any payment is made to use
the Product.


Section 3 - Licensee Obligations

A copy of this license must be distributed in full with the Product
in a location that is obvious to any End User.

In accordance with Section 4, the full source code of all components
of the Product must be made available to any and all End Users.

Licensee may extend and/or modify the Software Program and distribute
under the terms of this agreement provided that the copyright notice
and license information displayed in the console and log files are
not obfuscated or obstructed in any way.


Section 4 - GPLv2 License Agreement

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    END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS


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Section 6 - 3rd Party Components

(1) The Software Program includes software and documentation components
developed in part by Silver Egg Technology, Inc.("SET") prior to 2001
and released under the following license.

    Copyright (c) 2001 Silver Egg Technology

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