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But larceny, usually the second fastest, finishes a lot more tests (53 vs. 44). It’s a very interesting Scheme compiler: http://www.larcenists.org/overview.html
The license for larceny is weird though. That probably hampers it a lot as far as adoption goes.
It looks like a weird variant of the MIT license. Probably non-lawyers thinking they can improve the wording :-)
Anyway, the x86 version is also licensed under LGPL.
Is there anything particularly objectionable in their license? Or is it just that it isn’t one of the common standard ones?
If it doesn’t explicitly allow me to modify or sell the software, I would have to consider it nonfree.