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The source code packages of this project, jHPlot and JeHEP IDE, are licensed by the GNU General Public License (GPL). The source code for a particular module can be sent by request.
SCaVis language files, documentation, examples, installers, code-assist databases and certain third-party libraries are subject to Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 2. Permission to use, copy and modify this software and its documentation for COMMERCIAL purposes is granted after the written permission from SCaVis and after attributing the work to the SCaVis project.
Thus, the entire SCaVis is a NOT COMMERCIAL product. You are free to use it if you are working in an academic institution, an institution of higher education, K12, working directly for or volunteering for a non-profit organization and for personal use (not for your business).
If you will use it for COMMERCIAL purposes, you should contact at scavis(AT)jwork.org to receive a version of this program with a more permissive license and the written permission from SCaVis.
Although SCaVis is professionally written and many libraries have tested by large scientific community. We cannot guarantee that it is fault free in all possible foreseeable situations. Therefore, you use this package at your own risk.
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