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There are two things that might be of interest here. Number one is the CVB License agreement which you can download here: CVBLicenseAgreement.zip (1.9 MB) - ignore the registration bit on page 1, page 2 and 3 show the license terms.
The other thing to keep in mind is that there are in fact a few Open Source components in use inside and applications built on top of should declare the use of many of these to avoid violating their license terms. The full list of these components and their respective license terms is available here:
This information will also be installed as a *.chm and *.pdf file into the %CVB%\Doc directory every time you install .
As far as code containing calls into the library is concernced we do of course not impose any restrictions - after all it’s your code and the terms under which you give permission to use it is up to you.