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5f95972 @Aqua-Ye [feature] iconv: binded iconv in Opa
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1 iconv-ocaml interface by YT
2
3 * 再配布について
4
5 New BSD Licenseか、またはLGPLの好きな方を使ってください。
6 (GNU版のlibiconv.aをスタティックリンクする場合はLGPLが便利と思います)
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