Software: Objective Caml, version 1.05 of March 1997, hereinafter referred to as "the software".
The software has been designed and produced by Xavier Leroy and Damien Doligez, research workers for the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA) - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt - 78153 Le Chesnay Cedex - France.
INRIA holds all ownership rights to Objective Caml.
The software has been registered at Agence pour la Protection des Programmes (APP).
The software is currently being developed and INRIA desires that it be used by the scientific community so as to test, evaluate and develop it. To this end, INRIA has decided to have a prototype of the software distributed on the Internet.
INRIA freely grants the right to use, modify and integrate the software in another software, provided that the modifications are for personal use only. Public distribution of derivative works is not permitted, unless the user obtains the express approval of INRIA.
INRIA freely grants the right to distribute executable files generated by the Objective Caml compilers (ocamlc and ocamlopt). Binaries of the Objective Caml run-time system (ocamlrun) can also be distributed freely, with the sole condition that the distribution includes the following statement:
"This software includes the Objective Caml run-time system, which is copyright 1995 INRIA."All other files generated by the Objective Caml system, including custom toplevel systems generated by ocamlmktop, are considered as derivative works and cannot be publicly distributed without the express approval of INRIA.
INRIA grants any user of the software the right to reproduce it so as to circulate it in accordance with the same purposes and conditions as those defined at point a- above. Any copy of the software and/or relevant documentation must comprise reference to the ownership of INRIA and the present file. The user undertakes not to carry out any paying distribution of the software. However, he is authorized to bill any person or body for the cost of reproduction of said software. As regards any other type of distribution, the user undertakes to apply to obtain the express approval of INRIA.
Please note that the software is a product currently being developed. INRIA shall not be responsible in any way concerning conformity, and in particular shall not be liable should the software not comply with the requirements of the user, INRIA not being obliged to repair any possible direct or indirect damage.