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.NET Core is a free and open-source software implementation of the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI), developed by the .NET_Foundation. It is a fork of the proprietary .NET Framework, but it has been modified to be more modular and cross-platform. It consists of CoreCLR runtime, an implementation of the Common Language Runtime (CLR), and CoreFX framework libraries, a partial implementation of the Base Class Library (BCL). Additionally, it comes with an improved JIT compiler, called RyuJIT. The .NET Compiler Platform (codenamed "Roslyn") and LLILC compiler are sister projects that support .NET Core.
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.NET Core, CoreCLR and CoreFX are licensed under the liberal MIT License. Additionally, the project is covered by a patent promise by Microsoft.
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