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Fortran to C library for DJGCC.
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Fortran to C library for DJGCC.
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Contents of the README file


These are libraries and include file necessary for any fortran program
converted to C using f2c program to be compiled using DJ Delorie's port for FSF
gcc-1.39 C compiler. These are used to port the spice 2g6 for DOS.

Othman Ahmad,
School of EEE, Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore 2263
e-mail: [email protected]

Copyright Information:

* Source code for the GNU utilities is copyright (c) Free Software Foundation.
For more information on the FSF copyright, see their source code or write
Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
A copy of their file "COPYING" is included in doc.arc. Some of the FSF
source code has been modified to operate properly in the MS-DOS environment.

* Source code for most of libc.a are copyright (c) Regents of the University
of California. These files include copyright information in them. The
utilities are compiled against these libraries, and thus contain software
developed by the University of California, Berkeley, and its contributors.
Some of the BSD source code has been modified to operate properly in the
MS-DOS environment.

* Any sources not falling under the copyrights of FSF or UCB (as above) are
Copyright (c) 1991 DJ Delorie, 24 Kirsten Ave, Rochester NH 03867-2954.
To contact me via E-Mail, sent to "[email protected]". Cabletron Systems Inc
is in no way involved with this project; I just happen to work for them
during the day.

Terms and Conditions:

* Source code copyright FSF is distributed under the terms of the GNU
Public General License. See the file "COPYING" in doc.arc for more
information. If your program links in object modules (in libc.a) that
are compiled from GNU sources, then your entire program must be
distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL as a "derived work". These
modules are the C++ class library (including the streams classes) and
obstacks. The sources in libsrc have the copyright notices in them
for the various modules.

* Source code copyright UCB is distributed under the terms listed in the
UCB source code itself.

* Source code copyright DJ Delorie is distributed under the terms of the
GNU General Public Licence, with the following exceptions:
(source code and executables copyright DJ Delorie are referred to as
"djcode" below)

1 If the user of this software develops an application that requires
djcode to run, and that application is distributed under the terms
of the GNU General Public License (GPL), a binary executable of
djcode may be distributed with binary executables of the application,
and source files for djcode must be available with source files for
the application, under the terms of the GNU GPL.

2 If the user of this software develops an application that requires
djcode to run, and that application is NOT distributed under the terms
of the GNU General Public License (GPL), a binary executable of
djcode may be distributed with binary executables of the application,
provided a royalty of 5% of the total sale price or $5 (whichever is
more) per copy sold is paid to DJ Delorie (at the address above).
Requests for exceptions may be made to DJ Delorie, but the granting of
an exception covers only the work excepted and does not apply to
other works, even if distributed under the same conditions. Exceptions
will not be granted for any work sold for profit.

3 A person or organization who develops software that requires djcode
but does not distribute that software under the terms of the GNU GPL
relinquishes all rights to obtain or redistribute the source code
for djcode, including any rights granted by the GNU General Public
License, and may only distribute executables of djcode under the
terms of exception 2, above.

The intent of this copyright is this: If you make money by using the
programs I wrote, I get some of it. If you use your sources to
teach others how to write programs, I'll support you.

Changes to source code copyright BSD or FSF are copyright DJ Delorie, but
fall under the terms of the original copyright.





Donations may be made to any of the following:

DJ Delorie
24 Kirsten Ave
Rochester, NH 03867-2954
USA

Free Software Foundation
675 Mass Ave
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA

University of California
Berkeley, CA (sorry, I don't know their ZIP code)
USA


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