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1 The majority of the source code of the nhc98 Haskell compiler is
2 (c) copyright to Niklas Rojemo, 1991-1998.
3
4 Many parts of the nhc98 compiler, libraries, and system were
5 contributed or modified by Malcolm Wallace, Jan Sparud, David Wakeling,
6 Colin Runciman, Phil Hassall, and Olaf Chitil, and are (c) copyright
7 to them, their respective institutions, or funding bodies, 1996-2002.
8
9 The core of the hmake tool is
10 (c) copyright to Thomas Hallgren, 1991-1997.
11 (Code is incorporated from the earlier tools hbcmake and nhc13make.)
12 Many modifications to hmake are
13 (c) copyright to Malcolm Wallace, 1998-2001.
14
15 The hmake interactive tool is
16 (c) copyright to Malcolm Wallace, 2000.
17
18 The hp2graph tool is
19 (c) copyright to David Wakeling and Niklas Rojemo, 1991-1996.
20
21 The hat-trans tool is
22 (c) copyright to Olaf Chitil, 2002.
23
24 The hat-observe tool is
25 (c) copyright to Thorsten Brehm, 2001.
26
27 The hat-detect tool is
28 (c) copyright to Thorsten Brehm, 2001.
29
30 The hat-trail tool is
31 (c) copyright to Malcolm Wallace, 2002.
32
33 The hat-stack tool is
34 (c) copyright to Malcolm Wallace, 2001.
35
36 The hat-check tool is
37 (c) copyright to Colin Runciman, 2001.
38
39 The hat-trail-in-java (redex trail browser) tool is
40 (c) copyright to Jan Sparud, 1996-1998,
41 with modifications
42 (c) copyright to Colin Runciman, 2000-2001.
43
44 The HOOD Observe library and graphical browser are
45 (c) copyright to Andy Gill, 2000.
46 The HOOD graphical browser incorporates open source Java components
47 (c) copyright MicroStar Inc, 1999. (Please read their separate license.)
48
49 The Random library is copied direct from Hugs, which has a separate
50 BSD-style license. That implementation of Random is
51 (c) copyright Lennart Augustsson, with modifications by Sigbjorn Finne.
52 Some parts of the implementation of the Time library were also
53 contributed by Lennart.
54
55
56 The development of nhc98 (and its predecessor nhc13) has been supported
57 by NUTEK (Sweden), Canon Research Europe Ltd., EPSRC (UK), and the
58 Universities of Chalmers (Sweden) and York (UK).
59
60 LICENCE
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62 It is the intention that this software be "freely available" in the Gnu
63 (http://www.gnu.org/) and Open Source (http://www.opensource.org/)
64 traditions. The following is a brief statement of the rights and
65 restrictions attached to this software distribution. It is a
66 preliminary licence; we may modify the terms and conditions at a later
67 date. Any successor to this licence may, when published, be applied to
68 this software as an alternative to the current terms, if you wish.
69
70 If you are not sure about any of the terms of this licence, please
71 contact us to discuss your requirements. (Primary contact:
72 Malcolm.Wallace@cs.york.ac.uk)
73
74 You may use, re-distribute, and modify this software, but you must not
75 alter or remove these copyright notices. You may add your own
76 additional copyright notices for any modifications to this software that
77 you distribute. (Any modifications must be provided - at least - as
78 source code, they must be described in the documentation, and you must
79 clearly indicate that the software has been modified, for instance by
80 changing the name of the executable or its version number, or by some
81 other method.)
82
83 You must not restrict anyone else's rights to use, re-distribute or
84 modify this software. Distributions of standard or modified versions of
85 this software must retain this licence (or its successor).
86
87 In addition, you are explicitly granted the right to re-use parts of this
88 software in the creation of new software, without having to place the
89 new software under this or any other licence, provided that:
90 . the new software does not have the same name as this software, but
91 . you clearly acknowledge which code you have re-used from this software,
92 . you retain the relevant copyright notices, and
93 . you indicate to users where they can freely obtain a standard version of
94 this software.
95
96 Programs, object files, and intermediate files produced as output by
97 this software do not fall under this copyright statement and are not
98 governed by the terms of this licence. You are free to use them (or
99 restrict their use) as you like.
100
101 UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN WRITING, THIS SOFTWARE IS SUPPLIED "AS IS"
102 AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT
103 LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
104 PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NEITHER THE AUTHORS, COPYRIGHT HOLDERS, NOR ANY
105 OTHER PARTY WHO REDISTRIBUTES THIS SOFTWARE SHALL BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES,
106 HOWSOEVER CAUSED, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE. USE AT YOUR
107 OWN RISK.

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