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Fri Mar 26 12:12:09 EDT 2010
According to wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIT_License
MIT License is GPL compatible.
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 7:42 AM, Randy Kolenko <Randy.Kolenko at nextide.ca> wrote:
>> As I've said on many occasions, I think mootools is a better fit for
>> many gui tools. Core mootools is 63K with YUI compression and it has
>> a $-safe mode just like jQuery does. And the mootools plugins are far
>> better organized than jQuery's. I think this is because mootools
>> makes js more OOP and so the plugins are more object like to start
>> with. The mootools core dev team is also slow to add core features,
>> giving such additions great consideration - just like the core dev
> If I may chime in here. I do believe Mootools' license it MIT rather
> than GPL. jQuery is both MIT and GPL. So not sure if there are any
> issues with license mixing. I just throw that out there.
> A variety of other frameworks ship with jQuery already; not to mention
> ASP.net which helps developers coming from the Microsoft realm. I would
> throw my hat in for jQuery.
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