Ren’Py的部分代碼源自GNU Lesser General Public License協議下的項目，所以製作的Ren’Py遊戲也必須滿足LGPL的要求。
Python (Python 許可證)
Pygame_SDL2 (MIT 許可證，GNU LGPL)
SDL2 (Zlib 許可證)
SDL2_image (Zlib 許可證)
SDL2_ttf (Zlib 許可證)
Freetype (Zlib 許可證)
Fribidi (GNU LGPL)
ffmpeg (GNU LGPL) (某些舊版本的libav，以及 GNU LGPL)
libjpeg-turbo (GNU LGPL)
libpng (PNG 許可證)
zlib (Zlib 許可證)
bzip2 (Bzip2 許可證)
pyobjc (MIT 許可證)
py2exe (MIT 許可證)
GLEW (修改過的BSD, MIT 許可證)
pyjnius (MIT 許可證)
ANGLE (Three clause BSD 許可證)
requests (Apache 許可證 2.0)
certifi (Mozilla Public 許可證 2.0)
urllib3 (MIT 許可證)
chardet (GNU LGPL)
libusb (GNU LGPL)
tinyfiledialogs (Zlib 許可證)
libwebp (Modified BSD 許可證, Patent 許可證)
aom (AOM BSD 許可證，Alliance for Open Media Patent 許可證 1.0)
libavif (AOM BSD 許可證)
https://github.com/renpy/renpy-deps (Desktop dependencies)
https://github.com/renpy/renpy-deps (Desktop dependencies)
https://github.com/renpy/rapt (Android Build Tools)
雖然我們不能給予任何法律方面的建議，但我們相信在你們使用的Ren’Py拷貝中包含一份這樣的許可證， 並在你們項目中的README文件或App Store描述中添加這份許可證的連結，就算是遵循了各種許可要求。 我們建議使用下列文字表述：
This program contains free software licensed under a number of licenses, including the GNU Lesser General Public License. A complete list of software is available at http://www.renpy.org/doc/html/license.html.
(譯者註：建議中國的製作者們也使用上面這段英文表述，並根據需要使用下列中文表述。) 本程式包含自由軟體許可中的一些許可證，包括GNU寬通用公共許可證。 完整的軟體列表請參見http://www.renpy.org/doc/html/license.html。
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