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license issue - combining gplv2 and lgpl sources in a single rpm



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I am packaging rasmol.

The rasmol source has a dual GPLv2/RASMOL license, so for Fedora we can
consider that it is licensed gplv2. There are some libraries that are
included that are licensed lgpl. Clearly, the finished rasmol binary is
gplv2 since the lgpl parts are statically linked into the final binary.
The final rpm does not provide separate .so files for those embedded
libraries.

I think that means that the .spec file should simply say
License: GPLv2

Is that correct?

http://www.five-ten-sg.com/rasmol.spec
http://www.five-ten-sg.com/rasmol-2.7.5-4.fc12.src.rpm

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