I'm currently developing an application that has quite a few dependencies.
Now I want to release the code as open-source under the WTFPL (Do What the Fuck You Want to Public License).
Of course this only applies to my code, not that of any dependency. How would I go about this?
I pull in my dependencies via an automatic build tool (sbt in that case).
Assume I'm pulling in lwjgl (http://www.lwjgl.org/) and another third-party-library that consists only of one file and has the copyright at the top of it.
Now how would I do this legally correctly? Just add the license to the code as it's "obvious" what's my code and what's not? Or...
I'm not sure if there is a license file in the (automatically pulled down) dependencies. Actually I just had a look into my
.ivy2 folder and I can't find a license for e.g. lwjgl
Any ideas? I'm sorry, if (and it probably has) this has been covered before, but I want to make sure I'm doing this right and I couldn't find my specific question(s) [yes, I search before I post ;)]