I believe lang/icc* are not open-source nor 'free', right?

Michael Nottebrock michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Thu Mar 18 18:16:33 PST 2004

On Friday 19 March 2004 02:51, Paul Seniura wrote:
> They are/were actually
> considering publicly distributing kernels built with icc --
> something we are not privvy to use, as I understand the
> license, and so must be clearly marked.

I really think you read the license wrong there. The _binaries_ produced by 
ICC (commercially licensed, netchild@ says the project has a commercial 
license) can be used by anyone - in fact, I'm pretty sure lots of your 
collegues are using icc-compiled binaries on Windows systems right now.

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