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* The LGPL, the standard GNU Lesser General Open Source license, which is free of charge.
 
* The LGPL, the standard GNU Lesser General Open Source license, which is free of charge.
* A commercial license that can be obtained from Prof.dr.ir. M.J. Plasmeijer, preferably via email: rinus@cs.ru.nl.  
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* A commercial license that can be obtained from Prof.dr.ir. M.J. Plasmeijer, preferably via email: [mailto:rinus@cs.ru.nl rinus@cs.ru.nl].  
  
Note, that development under the LGPL license entails some restrictions and responsibilities. More information on the nature of the LGPL is available at www.gnu.org and www.opensource.org.
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Note, that development under the LGPL license entails some restrictions and responsibilities. More information on the nature of the LGPL is available at http://www.gnu.org/ and http://www.opensource.org .
  
 
A commercial license has the advantage that one is not obligated to make source code available. It furthermore gives right to technical support and is highly appreciated as a sign that you appreciate our work.
 
A commercial license has the advantage that one is not obligated to make source code available. It furthermore gives right to technical support and is highly appreciated as a sign that you appreciate our work.

Revision as of 08:50, 6 July 2010

Clean and its standard libraries are available under two different Licenses:

  • The LGPL, the standard GNU Lesser General Open Source license, which is free of charge.
  • A commercial license that can be obtained from Prof.dr.ir. M.J. Plasmeijer, preferably via email: rinus@cs.ru.nl.

Note, that development under the LGPL license entails some restrictions and responsibilities. More information on the nature of the LGPL is available at http://www.gnu.org/ and http://www.opensource.org .

A commercial license has the advantage that one is not obligated to make source code available. It furthermore gives right to technical support and is highly appreciated as a sign that you appreciate our work.

Users can choose under which license they wish to operate under.

December 12, 2002.

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