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LGPLv3 for the core library
CC0 for the example code
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-(c)2010 Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
-Licensed publically under the Lesser GNU Public License, v3.
-See LGPL-3.txt for details.
+--
+
+The erlctl library itself is licensed publicly under the Lesser GNU Public
+License, v3. See LGPL-3.txt for details. It is our intent that you may use
+erlctl in any program you see fit, so long as changes to erlctl itself are
+released under the same license.
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+if the copyright for any changes was assigned to Scatterbit, Inc. This will
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+The ctl_ex application (everything under lib/ctl_ex-*) is released under the
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+This is intended to allow you and yours to develop applications using the CLI
+component of our examples as a base. Hopefully, this should alleviate any
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#!/bin/sh
+# Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+#
+# This file is part of erlctl.
+#
+# Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
exec erl \
+Bd \
-noshell \
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
{application,
ctl_ex,
[
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module(ctl_ex).
-behavior(gen_server).
-export([start_link/0,add_user/1,del_user/1,list_users/0]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module(ctl_ex_app).
-behavior(application).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module(ctl_ex_sup).
-behavior(supervisor).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (test_cli).
-include_lib("erlctl/include/erlctl.hrl").
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
{application,
erlctl,
[
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-import(erlctl,[format/1,format/2,exit_with_code/1,server_exit/0]).
-compile(export_all).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-define(DEF_NAMES,long).
-define(STARTUP_DELAY,5000).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl).
-export([start/1,start_ack/1]).
-export([format/1,format/2,exit_with_code/1,server_exit/0]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module(erlctl_app).
-behavior(application).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_cli).
-export([help/2]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_cmd).
-export([start/0]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_cmdline).
-export([process_cmdline/0]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_err).
-export([format/1,format/2]).
-export([unknown_command/0,networking_failure/0,remote_error/1,
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_net).
-export([start_networking/1,ensure/2]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_proc).
-export([run/3,send/1,start_delegate/0]).
-export([master/4,blaster/3]).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module(erlctl_sup).
-behavior(supervisor).
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+% Copyright 2010, Scatterbit, Inc. & Jayson Vantuyl <jvantuyl@scatterbit.com>
+%
+% This file is part of erlctl.
+%
+% Erlctl is open source. See LICENSE.txt for details.
-module (erlctl_vm).
-export([start_vm/1]).

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