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/* copyrite.h */
/*
* Copyright, License, and Credits for PennMUSH 1.x. Revised March 2006.
*
* I. Copyrights
*
* PennMUSH 1.x
* Copyright (c) 1995-2006, T. Alexander Popiel <talek@pennmush.org> and
* Shawn Wagner <raevnos@pennmush.org>.
*
* Some code used in this server may have been derived from the
* TinyMUSH 2.2 source code, with permission. TinyMUSH 2.2 is
* Copyright (c) 1994-2002, Jean Marie Diaz, Lydia Leong, and Devin Hooker.
*
* Some code used in this server may have been derived from TinyMUSH 2.0.
* Copyright (c) 1995, Joseph Traub, Glenn Crocker.
*
* Some code used in this server may have been derived from TinyMUD.
* Copyright (c) 1995, David Applegate, James Aspnes, Timothy Freeman
* and Bennet Yee.
*
*------------------------------------------------------------------------*
*
* II. License
*
* Because PennMUSH includes parts of multiple works, you must comply
* with all of the relevant licenses of those works. The portions derived
* from TinyMUD/TinyMUSH 2.0 are licensed under the following terms:
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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* Although not necessary given the above copyright, the TinyMUSH 2.0
* developers, Joseph Traub and Glenn Crocker, confirmed in email to
* Alan Schwartz in 2002 that they were willing to have any of their
* code present in PennMUSH redistributed under the Artistic License.
*
* The portions derived from TinyMUSH 2.2 are used under the Artistic
* License. Jean Marie Diaz, Lydia Leong, and Devin Hooker, the
* TinyMUSH 2.2 copyright holders, explicitly agreed to relicense
* their source code under the Artistic License in 2002, and TinyMUSH 2.2.5
* was released under this license; Alan Schwartz has confirmatory email
* from them authorizing the redistribution of any portions of TinyMUSH 2.2
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* The End
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*---------------------------------------------------------------------*
*
* III. Credits
*
* Many people have helped develop PennMUSH. In addition to the people
* listed above, and the many people noted in the CHANGES file
* for suggestions and patches, special mention is due to:
*
* Past and present PennMUSH development team members:
* T. Alexander Popiel, Ralph Melton, Thorvald Natvig, Luuk de Waard,
* Shawn Wagner, Ervin Hearn III, Greg Millam, Alan "Javelin" Schwartz
* Past and present PennMUSH porters:
* Nick Gammon, Sylvia, Dan Williams, Ervin Hearn III
* TinyMUSH 2.2, TinyMUSH 3.0, TinyMUX 2, and RhostMUSH developers
* All PennMUSH users who've sent in bug reports and patches
* The admin and players of DuneMUSH, Dune II, M*U*S*H, Rio:MdC,
* and other places Javelin has beta-tested new versions
* Lydia Leong (Amberyl), who maintained PennMUSH until 1995, and taught
* Javelin how to be a Wizard and a God of a MUSH.
*
*/
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+ Penn includes the PCG random number generator, basic library version, which
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