to discuss license terms for Pablo. A no-cost commercial evaluation licenses
is available for Pablo.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The following conditions and understandings are with respect to the
portions of the software developed at Rice University and do NOT pertain to
the Pablo portions developed at the University of Illinois:
0. The "Software", below, refers to the D System program (in either
source-code, object-code, or executable-code form) and its associated
documentation, if any, and a "work based on the Software" means a work
based on either the Software or on any derivative work under copyright
law: that is to say, a work containing all or a portion of the D System
program or its documentation, either verbatim or with modifications.
Each licensee is addressed as "you" or "Licensee".
1. You are not required to accept this License; however, nothing other than
this License grants you permission to use, make or distribute copies of,
or modify the Software. These actions are prohibited by law if you do
not accept this License. Therefore, by retrieving or obtaining a copy of
the Software (or any work based on the Software), you indicate your
acceptance of this License, and all its terms and conditions for using,
copying, distributing or modifying the Software or works based on it.
2. The Software is copyrighted in the name of Rice University, and ownership
of the Software remains with Rice University.
3. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute the Software and its
documentation solely for education, research, non-profit, and vendor
evaluation purposes is hereby granted to Licensee, provided that the
copyright notice, the original author's names and unit identification
appear on all such copies, and that this license accompany all such
copies. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither the Software nor a work
based on the Software may be incorporated into commercial products or
otherwise used for commercial purposes. If you modify your copy or
copies of the Software or any portion of it, thus forming a work based
on the Software, and make and/or distribute copies of such work, you
must meet the following conditions:
If you distribute a copy of the Software (modified or verbatim) or any work
based on the Software, you must notify Rice University that you did so and
who the recipient is.
- You must cause the modified files to carry prominent notices stating
that you changed the files and the date of any change.
- If the modified program normally reads commands interactively when run,
you must cause it, when started running for such interactive use in the
most ordinary way, to print or display an announcement including an
appropriate copyright notice and a notice that there is no warranty
(or else, saying that you provide a warranty but that Rice University
and the original program author(s) provide no warranty) and that users
may redistribute the program under these conditions, and telling the user
how to view a copy of this License. (Exception: if the Software itself
is interactive but does not normally print such an announcement, your
work based on the Software is not required to print an announcement.)
- You must supply Rice University with a copy of the Software's modified
- You will be deemed to have granted Rice University a perpetual,
irrevocable, worldwide nonexclusive license to incorporate the
modifications into its version of the Software and redistribute the
modified version in any way Rice deems appropriate, with acknowledgment
of the authors.
4. You may not use the name, logo, or any other symbol of Rice University
nor the names of any of its employees nor any adaptation
thereof in advertizing or publicity pertaining to commercial works
derived from the Software without specific prior written approval of
5. No part of this Software may be "exported" outside the United States, and
the Licensee agrees not to make or assist in any such export, unless in
compliance with all applicable provisions of the export-control laws.
6. BECAUSE THE SOFTWARE WAS CREATED IN THE COURSE OF ACADEMIC AND/OR RESEARCH
ENDEAVORS AND THIS LICENSE TO THE SOFTWARE IS GRANTED FREE OF ANY LICENSE
FEES, THE SOFTWARE AND THE PABLO PORTIONS ARE PROVIDED BY RICE UNIVERSITY
AND THE AUTHOR(S) AS-IS WITHOUT ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, TITLE, NONINFRINGEMENT,
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. USE OF THE SOFTWARE
OR THE PABLO PORTIONS IS AT ONE'S OWN RISK.
7. LICENSEE, AND EACH PERSON THAT USES THE SOFTWARE AND/OR A WORK BASED ON THE
SOFTWARE, AGREES THAT RICE UNIVERSITY AND THE AUTHOR(S) SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY LOSSES OR DAMAGES, WHETHER FORESEEABLE, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHERWISE,
ARISING IN ANY WAY IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE, MODIFICATION, OR DISTRIBUTION
OF THE SOFTWARE, THE PABLO PORTIONS, AND/OR A WORK BASED ON EITHER OR BOTH
OF THE SOFTWARE OR THE PABLO PORTIONS.
8. The Software was developed under agreements between the Rice University
and the Federal Government which entitle the Government to certain rights.
9. Licensee agrees to acknowledge use of the Software in any document
referencing work based on the Software, such as published research.
Also, you are to notify Rice University of such documents and
acknowledgments, and supply a copy of the document.
Pablo Performance Analysis Environment License
The Pablo Performance Analysis Environment software is *not* in
the public domain. However, it is freely available without fee for
education, research, and non-profit purposes. Portions of the Pablo
software are being provided along with the D system as a convenience
to you as a user. By obtaining copies of this and other files that
comprise the Pablo Performance Analysis Environment, you, the Licensee,
agree to abide by the following conditions and understandings with
respect to the copyrighted software:
1. The Pablo software is copyrighted in the name of the Board of Trustees
of the University of Illinois (UI), and ownership of the software
remains with the UI.
2. Permission to use, copy, and modify this software and its documentation
for education, research, and non-profit purposes is hereby granted
to Licensee, provided that the copyright notice, the original author's
names and unit identification, and this permission notice appear on
all such copies, and that no charge be made for such copies. Any
entity desiring permission to incorporate this software into commercial
products should contact:
Professor Daniel A. Reed
University of Illinois
Department of Computer Science
2413 Digital Computer Laboratory
1304 West Springfield Avenue
Urbana, Illinois 61801
to discuss license terms. No cost evaluation licenses are available.
3. Licensee may not use the name, logo, or any other symbol of the UI
nor the names of any of its employees nor any adaptation thereof in
advertizing or publicity pertaining to the software without specific
prior written approval of the UI.
4. THE UI MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE SUITABILITY OF THE
SOFTWARE FOR ANY PURPOSE. IT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY.
5. The UI shall not be liable for any damages suffered by Licensee from
the use of this software.
6. The software was developed under agreements between the UI and the
Federal Government which entitle the Government to certain rights.
Pablo is a registered trademark of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Illinois, registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.