[Scip] License issues raised by a future interface between SCIP and Sage
nathann.cohen at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 18:01:13 CEST 2015
I am contributor to a software called Sage , meant for general
mathematics. We already have interface between Sage and other LP solvers
CPLEX, Gurobi, ...) and we would like to interface it with SCIP in the
I would like to make sure that your license is compatible with our
- Sagemath is licensed under the GPLv3+. Thus, SCIP cannot be part of Sage
part of its source tarball) and we want it to become an 'optional
- We would like to host a *copy* of the source tarball
on our servers (anybody would be able to download it from there)
- Users could "download and install" this copy by running "sage -i scip"
- Some python files in Sage (under GPLv3+ license), part of the standard
distribution (but rather useless unless your package is installed), would
our way to use your code (as an independent binary file, or as a shared
Do you see anything in this description that would go against your wishes,
against your license?
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