Mirror of Apache Derby
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|bin||DERBY-3207: Allow bin scripts to run without DERBY_HOME set|
|KEYS||Add pgp for firstname.lastname@example.org|
|LICENSE||Added apache license file|
|README||DERBY-3827: Add Apache license header to various files.|
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