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674 //
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681 //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
682 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
683 Everything in this directory is under the GPL.
684
685 I'll add comments to the other files at some unspecified point in the future.
686
687 Maybe.
688 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
689 $Log: _license.txt,v $
690 Revision 1.2 2006/12/28 22:02:09 dashley
691 Extra line removed.
692
693 Revision 1.1 2006/12/28 22:01:55 dashley
694 Initial checkin.
695 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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