jQAssistant is contributed as Open Source under the GNU General Public License, v3.
Let’s summarize what this means for you – independently if you’re going to use it in private, scientific or commercial contexts:
- You can use the tool for free to analyze any application, e.g. as part of your build process.
- You can extend or change the functionality of jQAssistant to make it fit to your own needs, e.g. by writing your own plugins.
- You can embed jQAssistant or parts of it into your own application as a library, e.g. by creating an integration with your own build tool. You don’t not need to publish the source code as long as you’re not going to redistribute it to others.
- If you redistribute such derived work you’re obligated to do this under a license which is compatible with GPLv3.