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+Software: Htmlc, version 2.21 of September 2009.
+hereinafter referred to as "the software".
+The software has been designed and produced by Pierre Weis,
+research worker for the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique
+et en Automatique (INRIA) - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt - 78153
+Le Chesnay Cedex - France.
+INRIA holds all ownership rights to Htmlc.
+The software is currently being developed and INRIA desires
+that it be used by the scientific community so as to test, evaluate
+and develop it. To this end, INRIA has decided to have a prototype of
+the software distributed on the Internet.
+a- Extent of the rights granted by the INRIA to the user of the software:
+INRIA freely grants the right to use, modify and integrate the
+software in another software, provided that all derivative works are
+distributed under the conditions described in point b- below.
+b- Reproduction of the software:
+INRIA grants any user of the software the right to reproduce it so as
+to circulate it in accordance with the same purposes and conditions as
+those defined at point a- above. Any copy of the software and/or relevant
+documentation must comprise reference to the ownership of INRIA and
+the present file.
+The user undertakes to distribute the software either as unmodified
+source files, identical to those originally made public by INRIA, or as
+executable binaries obtained by compiling the original source files.
+Source distribution of derivative works obtained by modifying the
+software or integrating it in another software is allowed, only if the
+distribution consists of the unmodified, original source files for the
+software, along with difference files (patches) to be applied by the
+user of the derivative work.
+Binary distribution of derivative works obtained by modifying the
+software or integrating it in another software is allowed, only if the
+distribution explicitely contains the following sentance
+``Htmlc code is used into this software; htmlc is copyrighted INRIA
+ and can be downloaded from''
+Typical place for this phrase being the About-dialog and the
+documentation of the derivative work.
+As regards any other type of distribution, the user undertakes to
+apply to obtain the express approval of INRIA.
+c- Guarantees:
+Please note that the software is a product currently being developed.
+INRIA shall not be responsible in any way concerning conformity, and in
+particular shall not be liable should the software not comply with the
+requirements of the user, INRIA not being obliged to repair any
+possible direct or indirect damage.
+d- Distribution of files generated by Htmlc:
+INRIA freely grants the right to distribute the files generated
+by Htmlc.