. If you're a non-profit you can have it under the LGPL 3.0, but if you want to use it in a library then you have to buy a commercial license for them. This seems at odds with my understanding of the LGPL, but anyway. I'm a non-profit, so I've downloaded it under the LGPL. Under my LGPL rights, I've put it up for download here
. If you want to use it in a library, feel free to do so as long as you abide by version 3.0 of the LGPL.
Thanks to Decklin for pointing this out
Syndicated 2008-03-28 15:39:17 from Matthew Garrett