Hi, have a question regarding the licensing of Fortran compiler and C++ compiler.
I am working for a research centre working in the field of nuclear. For certain applications, we use codes developed outside our institute in LANL. If we obtain the codes source code (distribution is through OECD/NEA or RSICC), the recommended Fortran and C++ compilers are from Intel. If we want to compile and use them, is it OK to use the non-commercial license, although the results provided by the code may some time be commercial?
As i understood from the definition of non-commercial use is limited only to software development, which we DO NOT DO: "
Non-commercial software development means you are not paid and/or compensated in any form, by anyone, for software development using the Intel® Software Development Products under the terms of the non-commercial license.
If you meet the above requirements for non-commercial software development, the products below are available under the non-commercial license for your use. Please select a product to initiate the download process. Also, please read the product’s end user license agreement, including the “NONCOMMERCIAL-USE LICENSE” section, upon installation of the product."
Could you please give some statement? If needed, I could provide some more specification.