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+Open Power Libs 2.1-dev
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+Open Power Libraries is a project of specialized PHP5 libraries to 
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+support various frameworks and individual scripts. The design is 
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+based on our own experience with other libraries, where the lack of 
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+some general idea and vision was visible.
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+System Requirements
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+-------------------
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+The required version to run OPL is PHP 5.3.
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+Authors and License
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+-------------------
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+Open Power Libs  
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+Copyright (c) Invenzzia Group 2008-2010 <http://www.invenzzia.org>
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+The code was written by:
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+ - Tomasz "Zyx" Jedrzejewski - design, programming, documentation
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+ - Jacek "eXtreme" Jedrzejewski - testing, minor improvements, debug console
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+ - Amadeusz "megaweb" Starzykiewicz - additional programming,
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+ - Pawe³ £uczkiewicz - patches, programming.
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+We would like to thank everyone that send us new ideas and find bugs.
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+The libraries are available under the new BSD license that can be found
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