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0001 Note: The following license applies to all files in the kdesrc-build 0002 distribution unless otherwise noted in the file. You may use Version 2 or any 0003 later version of this license. 0004 0005 Known exceptions: 0006 doc/build-docs - Licensed as stated in its header 0007 (BSD-style) 0008 doc/*.docbook - Licensed per KDE Documentation policy, i.e. under the 0009 GNU FDL v1.2 (or any later version), with no Invariant 0010 Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. 0011 Full text available as doc/COPYING.DOC 0012 modules/Mojo* - Licensed per the Artistic License 2.0, these modules 0013 modules/web are a stripped-down version of the Mojolicious upstream 0014 without source code modification, embedded with 0015 kdesrc-build. 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