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SDK is a problem or a really helper

SDK is a problem or a really helper

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Sorry i do not speak English very well
Then one third party company offers your solution in form of the SDK with source code or not.
Obviously with source code is most expansive in cost.
I will not only works with these SDK as single developer (adding my code, dubugging, implementing,,...) but also i will to offers .exe programs for my clients that make use features of the SDK.

The question is:
I will to commit these SDK with or without your sources?

I am sorry, I am a newcomer!

RE: SDK is a problem or a really helper

What you can do depends almost entirely on the licence agreement you have with the third party company.

You may be able to distribute programs you write royalty free (or you may have to pay a royalty to the third party company - this would affect your charges to your client). It is vey unlikely that you would be allowed to distribute the third party company's source code - though there are exceptions, but you would need to read the licence very carefully to understand the restrictions that they may place on you doing so.

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