christian.wimmer at oracle.com
Mon Sep 23 10:04:05 PDT 2019
I don't know why TRegex has a different license thatn GraalJS.
But you are incorrect about the GPL license of TRegex. It is GPL with
Classpath Exception. This means that TRegex has the the same license as
Nashorn (which you are apparently using already).
On 9/23/19 06:46, Joshy Augustine wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am Graal JS Newbie..Please let me know if this is not the appropriate
> forum to raise this request.
> I am currently looking at the possibility of migrating from Nashorn to
> Graal JS. Followed the very helpful instructions given in
> and i am able to run Graal JS on top of Open JDK.
> I find Graal JS quite exciting as it has a rich feature set, better
> compliance with ECMA Spec and gives significantly better performance
> compared to Nashorn.
> As i undersatnd
> is a dependency of Graal JS.Unfortunately, my organization's legal team
> does not allow us to use GPL Licensed Components.
> Does anyone know if there is a possible alternative to Tregex? Thanks in
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