sorry it took time to answer, I am a bit behind everything these days

So, yes the licence changed.
The reason is that our company ( had to buy the rights to verveineJ, so it is a bit difficult to explain to our partners that we bought it to give it for free.
After all, we are not assaulted by clients wishing to give us some money (yet)

We are working to explain that there are advantages to behave nicely.

Meanwhile, we can offer a friendly research license to our friends (Alex, you should know since you have one :-) )

So you cannot have the source code, but you can have an executable for free.

Hope this is acceptable for you


On 20/10/2014 16:28, Chris Cunningham wrote:
The licensing model has apparently changed a while back:

On Sun, Oct 19, 2014 at 11:58 AM, Alexandre Bergel <> wrote:
Good question!


On Oct 16, 2014, at 10:19 AM, Andrea Caracciolo <> wrote:

> Hi,
> Is it still possible to download verveineJ for free ?
> I tried: svn checkout svn://
> But it now seems to require special permissions.
> Creating an account at InriaForge does not seem to solve the problem.
> Can you help me?
> P.S: the moose book ( points to a broken link (
> Cheers,
> Andrea Caracciolo
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