My company prefer closed source strategy, there are several reasons. Yes,
ClamAV can save us from writing custom engine. Our goal is to develop
all-in-one antivirus solution (realtime scanner, update manager etc). Now
it's unreasonable to build custom anti-virus engine, signature bases, memory
scanner and all the stuff. The best solution is to attach the libclamav and
to use the native antivirus bases. But we don't want to violate the GPL
license. LGPL can save us, but it's unclear which parts of ClamAV
destributed under the LGPL license.
On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Chris Rees <email@example.com> wrote: > On 9 July 2011 08:49, Andrey V. Martyanov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Thanks for your explanation. And what options do I have? Clamwin uses
> > interprocess communication with clamscan. Is it the only option? I
> > found COPYING.LGPL in clamav source tree. What parts of the software are
> > covered under this license? Sorry, but I can't find any useful
> > on the topic except clamav's GPL v2 compatibility marked on it's site.
> You could release your software as free software? If ClamAV has saved
> you from writing your own engine then surely you could return the
> Remember free/open-source doesn't mean no cost...
> Please submit your patches to our Bugzilla: http://bugs.clamav.net
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