I am developing a small project to sell and I have used several Java libraries, mostly with LGPL or Apache 2.
And I have one question, for example, I am using jasypt, wich is an Apache 2 license library, but this requires the commons collections library, also Apache 2.
Do I need to put in my license form the common collections library?.
Apache 2.0 License Used in Apache Commons Codec version 1.10 , Joda-Time version 2.6 , Xerial Sqlite JDBC version 3.8.7 and Jasypt version 1.9.2 <LICENSE GOES HERE> BSD License Used in MigLayout version Swing 4.2 and JDatePicker version 1.3.4 <LICENSE GOES HERE> LGPL 2.1 LICENSE Used in PortableRXTX and RXTX version 2.2-pre2 <LICENSE GOES HERE>
Also the LGPL and the Apache force me to put the source code and the modifications, but if I have used the binaries without compiling or modifiying anything, Do I need to include the source? If I need could I post a link to githubs repos with the latest version of the library?