The Concurnas programming language is licensed under the MIT License. The "language" consists of the compiler, runtime, standard library and utilities. See below for exceptions.
The Concurnas programming language makes use of the following libraries/code which have their own licenses as follows:
- ANTLR. Parser generator. [BSD]
- Kilim. Runtime Fiberization. [MIT]
- ASM. Bytecode generation and runtime transformation. [BSD]
- JoCL. OpenCL bindings. [MIT]
- JimFS. Test file mocking. [Apache]
- Guava. Various areas. [Apache]
- JLine. REPL Support. [BSD]
- Jansi. REPL Support. [Apache]
Developer's Certificate of Origin
All contributors to Concurnas must formally agree to abide by the certificate of origin by signing on the bottom of that document. To contribute:
- Fork the Concurnas github repository
- Make your changes
- [first time contributors]: sign contributors.txt by adding your github userid, full name, email address (you can obscure your e-mail, but it must be computable by human), and date.
- Commit your changes
- Send a pull request
- After you have signed once, you don't have to sign future pull requests. We can merge by simply checking to see your name is in the contributors file.