Absolutely. We welcome and encourage both free and commercial use.
Will the JDBL license restrict the choice of license for my code?
Not at all. You can chose any license for your code.
Can I redistribute the JDBL jars?
Can I modify the JDBL code?
Yes, you can. We encourage you to contribute them back so that
all users benefit. If you want to keep them private, you can
do so as long as you don't redistribute the results. If you want
to distribute modified versions of the JDBL jars, you will have
to make sure the recipients can easily get to the changes that
How do I become a JDBL developer? What do I need to know?
Working knowledge of Java is required. It is recommended that you
have a running copy of Eclipse, even though it is not a requirement.
For more information on this subject, please refer
to our Contributing page.
How can I submit code that I have written back to the project?
To submit a patch for inclusion in JDBL, simply
send a diff -u to the
mailing list. Please provide a description of your changes, and
the license (LGPL) for your code.