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Copyright (c) 2009-2015: Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski, Viral B. Shah, and other contributors:
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Julia includes code from the following projects, which have their own licenses:
- LDC (for ccall/cfunction ABI definitions)
- MUSL (for getopt implementations on Windows)
- NetBSD (for setjmp/longjmp implementations on Windows)
The Julia language links to the following external libraries, which have their own licenses:
Julia's standard library uses the following external libraries, which have their own licenses:
The following components of Julia's standard library have separate licenses:
- base/fftw.jl (see FFTW)
- base/sparse/csparse.jl (LGPL-2.1+)
- base/linalg/umfpack.jl (see SUITESPARSE)
- base/linalg/cholmod.jl (see SUITESPARSE)
Julia builds the following libraries by default, but does not use them itself:
Julia's build process uses the following external tools:
Julia bundles the following external programs and libraries on some platforms: