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The OpenSceneGraph Public License (OSGPL) is based on the Lesser GNU Public License (LGPL) and includes the !wxWidgets additions to LGPL which provide a clear statement that distribution with proprietary applications is accepted.

You may not distribute the source code or libraries under any other license, unless authorised to do so by the Copyright holders.

The OpenSceneGraph Public License is designed to be compatible with use of proprietary applications, such applications can statically and dynamically link to the OpenSceneGraph and can be redistributed with the libraries free of charge. Your applications can be distributed under any license, be it open source or proprietary.

Modifications to the source code of the OpenSceneGraph must remain under the OSGPL and under the Copyright of the original code, this covers bug fixes or feature enhancements to the source code.

User written extensions to the OpenSceneGraph, such as subclassing from OpenSceneGraph classes, are not covered by the OSGPL, and you are free to license these extensions as you wish, under a proprietary or open source license.