The TenDRA compiler is a C/C++ compiler aimed at being a state of the art compiler: incorporating new research ideas, always producing correct code, and improving compiler performance where possible given the previous points. It offers ANSI/ISO C features and strong code verification. It is developed on a number of different operating systems and architectures.
Sorry elleron. You are right.
Even after proofreading I still managed to leave copyright stand whilst I meant liabilities.
Re: Two sides to every coin...
Now I would like to say that, from the FSF view, it is perfectly o.k. to use such BSD-like Licensed programs, but they do not recommend that you use these Licenses (I also am referring to any other License that is deemed to incompatible with the GPL) because they do not legally protect you rights by using the "copyleft".
You miss the point entirely. BSD(-like) licenses dismiss the copyright. You are free to do what you want with it. Most of the time the only thing requested is some acknowledgement, but that is not a prerequisite with, for example, the Beer-Ware or 2-clause BSD license.