The wxWindows Library Licence is essentially the LGPL (Library General Public Licence), with an exception stating that derived works in binary form may be distributed on the user’s own terms. This is a solution that satisfies those who wish to produce GPL’ed software using wxWidgets, and also those producing proprietary software.
SPDX calls this "LGPL-2.0-or-later WITH WxWindows-exception-3.1". Fedora's syntax is not so nuanced, so we use the previous SPDX name of "wxWindows".
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