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updated epfl copyright info and tweaked the readme

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5 README.txt
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CONTENTS
firefly.hex - a pre-compiled version of the source code, ready for uploading to an e-puck.
-epfl/ - directory containing epuck library code developed by EPFL for use with the epucks. This is NOT the full library, only the files needed to compile this project.
+epfl/ - directory containing epuck library code developed by EPFL for use with the epucks. This is NOT the full library, only the files needed to compile this project. See epfl/LICENSE.txt for copyright information.
firefly.c - source code for making the robots flash together
firefly.mcp - the MPLAB workspace with the build path and source code all set up.
-The source code can be read and compiled using MPLAB and Microchip's C18 compiler, or a dsPIC IDE and compilation toolchain of your choice.
-Using MPLAB you can open firefly.mcp and click the "make all" button to compile this code.
+The source code can be read and compiled using MPLAB and Microchip's C30 toolsuite. Using MPLAB you can open firefly.mcp and click the "make all" button to compile this code.
This project is an implementation of the algorithm described in the following publication:
Christensen A., O'Grady R., and Dorigo M. (2009) "From fireflies to fault-tolerant swarms of robots", In: Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, volume 13(4) pp754-766. August 2009.
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+All code in this folder falls under the following copyright:
+http://www.e-puck.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=45
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+Copyright � Ecole Polytechnique F�d�rale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland.
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+The specifications of the e-puck mobile robot are "open source hardware". You can redistribute them and/or modify them under the terms of the e-puck Robot Open Source Hardware License as published by EPFL. You should have received a copy of the EPFL e-puck Robot Open Source Hardware License along with these specifications; if not, write to the Ecole Polytechnique F�d�rale de Lausanne (EPFL), Industrial Relations Office, Station 10, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland.
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+These specifications are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. For more details, see the EPFL e-puck Robot Open Source Hardware License.
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