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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

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          The license for larceny is weird though. That probably hampers it a lot as far as adoption goes.

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            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.

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              Is there anything particularly objectionable in their license? Or is it just that it isn’t one of the common standard ones?

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                If it doesn’t explicitly allow me to modify or sell the software, I would have to consider it nonfree.