nhc98 copyright information
The majority of the source code of the nhc98 Haskell compiler
is copyright © Niklas Röjemo, 1991-1998. Many parts of
the nhc98 compiler, libraries, and system were contributed
or modified by Malcolm Wallace, Jan Sparud, David Wakeling, Colin
Runciman, Phil Hassall, and Olaf Chitil, and are copyright to them,
their respective institutions, or funding bodies, © 1996-2002.
The core of the hmake tool is copyright
© Thomas Hallgren, 1991-1997. (Code is incorporated from
the earlier tools hbcmake and nhcmake.)
Many modifications to hmake are copyright
© Malcolm Wallace, 1998-2001. Hmake interactive is
copyright © Malcolm Wallace, 2000.
The hp2graph tool is copyright
© David Wakeling and Niklas Röjemo, 1991-1996.
The HOOD Observe library and graphical browser are
copyright © Andy Gill, 2000.
The HOOD graphical browser incorporates open source Java components
copyright © MicroStar Inc, 1999. (Please read their separate license.)
The Random library is copied direct from Hugs, which has a separate
BSD-style license. The implementation of Random is copyright ©
Lennart Augustsson, with modifications by Sigbjorn Finne. Some parts
of the implementation of the Time library were also contributed
The development of nhc98 (and its predecessor nhc13) has
been supported by NUTEK (Sweden), Canon Research Europe Ltd., EPSRC
(UK), and the Universities of Chalmers (Sweden) and York (UK).
It is the intention that this software be "freely available" in the Gnu
and Open Source
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