Definition of PostScript Language Specification


PostScript Language Specification means the PostScript Language Reference Book (1999) as printed in English by Addison Wesley (also known as the Red Book) which supersedes all the material about Language Level 3 in the 3010 Supplement, Supplement: PostScript Language Reference Manual (Language Level 3 Specification and Adobe PostScript 3 Version 3010 Product Supplement), or any other official subsequent editions or supplements to the PostScript Language Reference Manual.

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Adobe hereby grants to EFI a non-exclusive, non-transferable (except as provided in Section 14.11 (Assignment)) license to reproduce and distribute the PostScript Language Specification for use with an End User Product, provided that EFI shall not make such PostScript Language Specification available for general distribution or resale through the retail trade, either through EFI or EFIs publisher.
Adobe warrants that for a period of ninety (90) days from EFIs acceptance of PostScript Software pursuant to Section 4.2 (Acceptance), the PostScript Software will execute substantially in accordance with the PostScript Language Specification using the development environment specified by Adobe.
Adobe further grants EFI the right to sublicense its Remarketer Customers (excluding End Users) to reproduce, in whole or in part, and distribute the PostScript Language Specification in accordance with the same terms and conditions imposed on EFI in this Section.
Such Remarketer Customers shall not receive the right to modify the PostScript Language Specification from EFI.