I am working on a project that uses ABCL. License of ABCL is GNU GPL with classpath exception, which means we can link this library with independent modules to produce an executable, regardless of the license terms of these independent modules, and to copy and distribute the resulting executable under terms of your choice.
So I know that we dont have to enforce license of ABCL to my project, but what about otherwise, Would license of the project that is GNU GPL without classpath exception be enforced to ABCL to make is GNU GPL withOUT classpath exception as well ?
PROJECT (GNU GPL) -----> ABCL (GNU GPL with class path exception)
A --- >> B Now we know that license of B doesnot effect license of A, but is A going to effect license of B?
ABCL is used to compile and load lisp code files written by myself, on which I DO NOT WANT TO ENFORCE GNU. these lisp files are not the part of the main project executable. But the main project uses ABCL to load these files. Would GNU GPL (license of main project) be now enforced on these lisp files? ABCL has classpath exception for ABCL license will NOT be enforced on lisp code files.