I also have a license question. I've used the library to create an installer application for our company's products. The installer is mostly an internal facing app, but customers do get a copy of it from time to time.
I've edited the code to better support MVVM. I'm sure this would be a good addition to the library. I'm in discussions with our legal department right now as to what my options are going to be. I may have to remove the library from the
application because they may ask that I do not contribute to open source. I'm hoping that is not the outcome. However, I've been looking for a way to contact you.
As I mentioned our legal team is reviewing all the licenses of the products I used. I have already read the LGPL v2.1 license you have attached. It makes it sound that if I link this library to my application I may have to release the source
to my application. That would be a no go. Is this expected?
I'm not sure how well I've done on the implementation. My first step whenever I want to do something like this is to see if I have done has already been done before. I searched around and wasn't able to see anyone finding a way to do MVVM light
with your library. I think I have done a good job at making the Wizard more MVVM like, but perhaps you'd look at it and laugh. :)
Thanks for such a great library!