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What are the distribution and compatibility requirements for JRL?

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What are the distribution and compatibility requirements for JRL?

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a. Compatibility There are no Java compatibility requirements for JRL. The license encourages innovation and experimentation using the Java technology core. It is expected that research implementations will not be compatible with the Reference Implementation from Sun. b. Distribution Work done on JRL-licensed code can be published in the usually accepted academic manner as long as appropriate references to the Java Research License are mentioned, and the correct copyright information is included. Binaries can also be distributed for research purposes under a license of your choice that complies with the terms of the JRL (e.g. includes copyright notices and references the JRL). Code modifications can also be shared with other researchers, provided that the other researchers have accepted the JRL. For more details on JRL, please refer to the JRL FAQ java.net/jrl.

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