hsdis / UPL
volker.simonis at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 08:09:45 UTC 2018
That's really strange because the hsdis binaries are available for
download from the Graal GitHub project  but the corresponding
source bundles  don't seem to contain the hsdis sources. So I
wonder how the hsdis libraries have been built. As the downloadable
hsdis libraries are clearly statically linked against binutils/bfd,
the corresponding sources should be available if the download site
doesn't want to violate the GPL license.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2018 at 12:47 AM, Chris Newland
<cnewland at chrisnewland.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I recently learned  that Graal Enterprise Edition, (UPL-licensed),
> contains a hsdis binary that matches the architecture of the Graal
> I looked into ways of distributing hsdis with JITWatch a few years back
>  but couldn't cut the GPLv2/v3 Gordian knot.
> The OpenJDK hsdis sources in hg still have the GPLv2 license so I'm just
> wondering if someone can provide clarity on whether hsdis binaries can be
> included in other software now?
> Many thanks,
>  https://twitter.com/DonaldOJDK/status/1017814619463802883
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