[Oberon] Seeking ETHZ contact to find out licensing Oberon sources

Treutwein Bernhard Bernhard.Treutwein at Verwaltung.Uni-Muenchen.DE
Wed Jan 26 18:45:38 CET 2022

as far as I know ETHZ sources went all to a BSD licensing Model.

@felix: correct?

and also: Welcome back.

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Hello everyone,

  I'm looking to find an ETHZ contact who can tell me under which
  license agreement the ETHZ Oberon sources fall.  A few decades ago I
  had an Oberon distribution running on MS-DOS, but then got involved
  in working on commercial compilers.

  Recently, I've dusted it off and retargeted the compiler for a
  virtual CPU and would like to redistribute it with source*, including
  some previously undistributed ETHZ sources.

  So, can someone point me in the right direction to find out the
  license agreement.

  * For the curious, the system works on Linux and Rasbian.  The whole
    Oberon system is not supported yet for a few reasons -- the most
    important being that I don't know how to program X.


PS: Is anyone even interested in a classic Oberon-2 compiler and

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