CQL++(TM) is copyrighted by Seth Kurtzberg, (C) 1994-2008, and David Kurtzberg, 2008-2010. all rights reserved. Since CQL++ is open source, free software, you are free to use, modify, and distribute the CQL++ source code and object code produced from the source, as long as you include this copyright statement along with code built using CQL++.
In particular, you can use CQL++ in proprietary software and are under no obligation to redistribute any of your source code that is built using CQL++. Note, however, that you may not do anything to the CQL++ code, such as copyrighting it yourself or claiming authorship of the CQL++ code, that will prevent CQL++ from being distributed freely using an open source development model.
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