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SMLNJ(7)							      SMLNJ(7)

NAME
       smlnj - an implementation of the	Standard ML language with supporting
       tools and libraries.

DESCRIPTION
       Compiled	programs in the	SML/NJ system are represented using a pair of
       the runtime system executable and a heap	image file. Heap images	have a
       filename	suffix that is based on	the architecture and operating system.

AUTHOR
       The Standard ML of New Jersey system was	originally created by Andrew
       Appel and David MacQueen	in 1987, and is	currently supported by
       Matthias	Blume, David MacQueen, and John	Reppy.

       Many people have	contributed to SML/NJ over the 30+ years since the
       project was started. These include (but are not limited to) William
       Aitken Lars Bergstrom, Matthias Blume, Pierre Cregut, Adam T. Dingle,
       Damien Doligez, Scott Draves, Bruce F. Duba Emden Gansner, Lal George,
       Georges Gonthier, Yngvi Guttesen, Lorenz	Huelsbergen, Trevor Jim,
       George Kuan, Christopher	League,	Mark Leone, Allen Leung, Stefan
       Monnier,	Greg Morrisett,	Riccardo Pucella, Mike Rainey, Norman Ramsey,
       Jon Riehl, John Reppy, Gene Rollins, Nick Rothwell, Bratin Saha,	Zhong
       Shao, Konrad Slind, David Tarditti, Andrew Tolmach, Valery Trifonov,
       Aaron Turon, and	Peter Weinberger.

SEE-ALSO
       sml(1)

       Standard	ML of New Jersey website <https://smlnj.org>

COPYING
       Copyright (C) 2020 The Fellowship of SML/NJ

       This is free software; see the source for copying  conditions. There
       is  NO warranty;	not even for MERCHANTABILITY or	FITNESS	FOR A
       PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SML/NJ				  2020-04-02			      SMLNJ(7)

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