I'm not your lawyer or even a lawyer, but, I'm pretty darn certain the
answer is YES. :-)
OpenJDK is GPL and you therfore have the right to distribute it along
with your software in binary format. You should keep the OpenJDK/JRE
distinct and seperate from your code the same way u would if you were
shipping the Oracle Proprietary JRE.
If you ship a JDBC driver with your product, I advise making sure that
it's not GPL since this is a grayish area in my opinion. A JDBC
driver that's any of LGPL, BSD, or Apache
On 2/24/10, David Lloyd <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If I develop my own software that is not open source, and I want to include
> OpenJDK, is this OK? Can I distribute OpenJDK with proprietary software?