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  1. This minecraft mod, Forge Mod Loader, including all parts herein except as noted below,
  2. is licensed under the GNU LGPL v2.1 or later.
  3. Homepage: https://github.com/MinecraftForge/FML
  4. This software includes portions from the Apache Maven project at
  5. http://maven.apache.org/ specifically the ComparableVersion.java code. It is
  6. included based on guidelines at
  7. http://www.softwarefreedom.org/resources/2007/gpl-non-gpl-collaboration.html
  8. with notices intact. The only change is a non-functional change of package name.
  9. This software contains a partial repackaging of javaxdelta, a BSD licensed program for generating
  10. binary differences and applying them, sourced from the subversion at http://sourceforge.net/projects/javaxdelta/
  11. authored by genman, heikok, pivot.
  12. The only changes are to replace some Trove collection types with standard Java collections, and repackaged.
  13. === MCP Data ===
  14. This software includes data from the Minecraft Coder Pack (MCP), with kind permission
  15. from them. The license to MCP data is not transitive - distribution of this data by
  16. third parties requires independent licensing from the MCP team. This data is not
  17. redistributable without permission from the MCP team.
  18. === Sharing ===
  19. I grant permission for some parts of FML to be redistributed outside the terms of the LGPL, for the benefit of
  20. the minecraft modding community. All contributions to these parts should be licensed under the same additional grant.
  21. -- Runtime patcher --
  22. License is granted to redistribute the runtime patcher code (common/cpw/mods/fml/patcher and subdirectories) under
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  24. -- ASM transformers --
  25. License is granted to redistribute the ASM transformer code (common/cpw/mods/fml/common/asm/ and subdirectories)
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