Novafora Corporation, successor in interest to Transmeta Corporation,
hereby licenses any portions of the program "sparse", a C semantic
parser, for which the copyright previously was held by Transmeta
Corporation and which were present in checkin
1bcc92138dcdf718dc3e0c694565f56e669d6ee3 with an author timestamp date
of June 24, 2003 of the git repository at
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March 1, 2009, under the following license:
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April 14, 2009
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The 'sparse' C parser front-end library is copyrighted by Transmeta Corp
and licensed under the "Open Software License v1.1" as obtained from
www.opensource.org (and included here-in for easy reference) (that
license itself is copyrighted by Larry Rosen).
Note that the "Original Work" that this license covers is only the
front-end library itself, ie the code required to parse the source file
and annotate the resulting parse tree with the semantic meaning (aka
"types") of the sources. Thus just the act of linking this library into
another program (aka "back-end") does NOT in itself make that back-end
be considered a derivative work of this Original Work.
However, any modifications, callbacks or other functionality that is
added and run either directly or indirectly by the front-end are to be
considered derived works of this library, and as such fall under the
requirements of this license.
Santa Clara, CA
April 15th, 2003
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