> I don't exactly understand how a dual license helps anything. If it turned it into an > either/or situation then that would be one thing but if it's a do-both-simultaneously > then how is that not even more restrictive? Sorry to be lazy but I'd rather have a > couple of sentences from someone who has read the licenses (mamedev) than a guess > from someone who will never read those or any other software license (myself).
Its supposed to be either-or; i.e. if a file is licensed MAME|LGPL-2.1+ you can use it as if it was under the MAME license OR as if that file alone was under the LGPL version 2.1 or later.
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