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+The TADS 2 source code is Copyright 1991, 2003 by Michael J. Roberts.
+The author hereby grants you permission to use, copy, and
+distribute this software, if you agree to the following conditions:
+ 1. You must include this license and the copyright notice with
+ all copies.
+ 2. You may not require or collect a fee for copies of this
+ software, or any part of this software, that you give to
+ other people.
+ 3. You may not include this software with any other software
+ for which a fee is collected.
+ 4. You may not modify this software except as permitted below
+ (see "derivative works"), and each copy you make and
+ distribute must be a full and complete copy of the software
+ you originally received.
+ 5. Anyone to whom you give a copy of this software receives
+ all of the same permissions that you did under this license
+ and is subject to all of the same restrictions.
+ 6. You are not allowed to create derivative works, which are
+ works that contain or are based on all or part of this work,
+ except under the conditions described below.
+ 7. Any derivative works are subject to this same license.
+Derivative Works
+This source code is distributed for the specific purpose of
+facilitating the creation of versions of TADS on various computers and
+operating systems. All other derivative works are prohibited without
+the written permission of the author. Please contact the author if
+you have any questions about this or if you'd like permission to
+create a derived work.
+If you port TADS to a new platform, the author does grant permission
+for you to distribute your ported version - I encourage it, in fact.
+We ask that you provide your contact information in any distribution
+package you create, so that users of your version will know how to
+contact you if they have any questions relating specifically to your