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I’d like to jump in and share a new article we’ve just published:
It may shed some light on how you can use Oro packages as a part of your custom application.
Afaik, you can add oro/crm as a dependency to your existing Symfony application. That should bring all the OroCRM features onboard. You might want to check out the OroCRM docs on installation:
to see if you need anything specific to be configured.
Regards, Svitlana (OroDocumentation)
Thank you for catching the inconsistency. The OroPlatform application is licensed under MIT, and the OSL 3.0 got into the readme.md file accidentally (the link actually opens the MIT license). The fix is already on the way.
Sorry for the inconvenience.