Standard ML of New Jersey (SML/NJ) is a compiler and programming environment for the Standard ML programming language. It was originally developed jointly at Bell Laboratories and Princeton University, and is now a joint project between researchers at Bell Laboratories (Lucent Technologies), Princeton University, Yale University, and AT&T Research. SML/NJ is distributed free of charge with source code, but with no warranty. You may use, copy, modify, and distribute the software provided that you preserve the copyright notice and don't mention Bell Labs or Lucent Technologies in your advertising without prior written agreement; see the license and copyright notice for details.
Many people have contributed to the development and support of SML/NJ over the years. Currently, the main participants are:
Andrew Appel Princeton University Matthias Blume Princeton University Emden Gansner AT&T Research Lal George Bell Laboratories Lorenz Huelsbergen Bell Laboratories David MacQueen Bell Laboratories Riccardo Pucella Bell Laboratories John Reppy Bell Laboratories Zhong Shao Yale University Allen Leung New York University
For a complete list of contributors, click here.