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Hey,

I am working on a game development library for C++ and Ruby that’s supposed to make access to graphics/input/sound easy and (relatively) uniform. So I chose FMOD (3) as the C backend for sound.

I thought it’d be okay to distribute my wrapper library because its users still had to install FMOD separately to build a project, and so the licensing was clear to them. However, on Mac OS X, FMOD gets statically linked into the library, and we would like to distribute the resulting library pre-built. Is this legal re-distributing as long as we make it obvious that by using our library, people use FMOD, too? We would prefer not to have developers build the library by themselves, because it requires doing some glue work with the FMOD binaries (to make them Universal).

Julian

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It is ok, the main thing is that people don’t use it commercially, and if they do that they have to contact us.

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Okay, thanks a lot for making this clear :)

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