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Academic usage

The lead developer of CompCert is Xavier Leroy with INRIA. Uses for educational, research or evaluation purposes are free of charge.

Source code and documentation for the academic version, including the compiler proofs, can be downloaded from INRIA’s dedicated CompCert site. The source code is also hosted at GitHub.

Note that academic releases use a different numbering scheme from commercial ones, and that the Valex add-on for postpass validation is only available from AbsInt.

Commercial usage

AbsInt offers commercial li­censes, provides industrial-strength support and maintenance, and actively contributes to the advance­ment of CompCert.

To request a free 30-day trial of the latest commercial release 22.10, fill out and sign the Evaluation License Agree­ment form (PDF) and email or fax it to us.

Training and support

Every commercial trial includes a free interactive Web-based training via WebEx, on a date and time of your own choosing, as well as tech support via email, WebEx, and phone.

Price quote

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