Re: milstone reached: ia64 linux builds out of Linus' tree

From: Al Stone <>
Date: 2004-03-30 13:59:05
My apologies.  I misunderstood.  If one is going
to use the results of the Intel compiler, that
appears to be fine.  I read into this that the
idea was to include the Intel compilers themselves
in something to be redistributed.

On Mon, 2004-03-29 at 18:57, Duraid Madina wrote:
> Really? I don't see this in 'clicense', indeed it looks like they are 
> specifically allowing this. Am I missing something?
> "Any work performed or produced as a result of use of the Materials 
> cannot be performed or produced for the benefit of other parties for a 
> fee, compensation or any other reimbursement or remuneration." seems to 
> be the relevant section of the license.
> 	Duraid
> Al Stone wrote:
> > Um, I hate to throw a damper on this party, but the
> > Intel compiler license specifically prohibits this 
> > sort of redistribution.  Intel's legal folks would
> > have to provide gelato some mechanism for this to
> > work.
> > 
Al Stone                                      Alter Ego:
Linux & Open Source Lab                       Debian Developer
Hewlett-Packard Company             

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