From: Dibyendu Majumdar (
Date: Thu Dec 07 2000 - 01:35:35 GMT

Sorry to go on about this - re-reading the UPS license I am not sure if
anyone is permitted to execute it ! The only permitted action is to copy
bits of ups for your own use. Unless I am completely missing something here,
the current distribution of UPS is also not permitted.

As I said before, much though I would like to use the C Interpreter code, I
think until there is a clear unambiguous license, I would not use it.

Mark Russell may have intended UPS to be Free Software (like gcc, perl,
emacs, BSD, etc.), but, sadly, the licensing terms leave a lot to be


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