Can I use open-source version of Qt for commercial applications?

| | August 6, 2015

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Can I legally incorporate GPL & LGPL, open-sourced software in a proprietary, closed-source project?

I need to develop a pc based application for one of our clients. Inturn, that application will be distributed to others for a price. I’ll not be sharing my code with any of them. We are planning to use Qt-C++ for developing the application. So now can I use open-source version of Qt or do I have to buy a license? I read the LPGL documents, but I’m still not clear. Can someone explain me in simple language for my question. Thank you

One Response to “Can I use open-source version of Qt for commercial applications?”

  1. Yes you can. This question has been asked many times:

    Can I legally incorporate GPL & LGPL, open-sourced software in a proprietary, closed-source project?

    Qt LGPL licencing for a free application with closed source

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