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Added license files for alpha 2 release.

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  1. +1 −1 License.md
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  3. +1 −1 PageTool/ReadMe.md
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  5. +1 −1 Script/ReadMe.md
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2 License.md
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-Copyright 2012 Bright Flair Ltd.
+Copyright 2012 Bright Flair Ltd.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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2 NOTICE
@@ -11,4 +11,4 @@ You may reproduce and distribute copies of PHP.Gt with or without modifications,
Applications that are built on top of PHP.Gt, are not permitted to use the PHP.Gt name. To indicate that they are using PHP.Gt, they are permitted to use the .Gt suffix after the application's own name.
-For more information about the PHP.Gt project, visit the website: http://php.gt
+For more information about the PHP.Gt project, visit the website: http://php.gt
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2 PageTool/ReadMe.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Within any PHP.Gt application, a page's code is put inside individual PageCode o
There comes a time when code within PageCode objects is required on other pages, or from within other applications. A PageTool can be seen as PageCode that is required by one or many applications, from multiple areas in code.
-Just like a PageCode object executes from the `go()` function, so does a PageTool, which is triggered from within PageCode via the `$tool` wrapper.
+Just like a PageCode object executes from the `go()` function, so does a PageTool, which is triggered from within PageCode via the `$tool` wrapper.
Common tools are included with the PHP.Gt codebase, which are shared across all applications. Applications can have their own private tools, or even *override shared tools* if they require different functionality without affecting other applications.
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2 ReadMe.md
@@ -58,4 +58,4 @@ Between alpha versions, any point of the codebase can become unstable.
Between beta versions, only pre-defined areas of the codebase can become unstable, and no beta release should break functionality out of this area.
-**Public versions** are finalised, finished and fully tested collections of beta updates. Public versions can only increment when there are **no known bugs** - future releases should not be fixes of public versions, but new features or improvements.
+**Public versions** are finalised, finished and fully tested collections of beta updates. Public versions can only increment when there are **no known bugs** - future releases should not be fixes of public versions, but new features or improvements.
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2 Script/ReadMe.md
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Scripts that are application specific are placed into APPROOT/Script, and are in
Modular scripts
---------------
-For the most consistent, speedy and easy-to-debug client side scripting experience, every PageView within an application should have the same scripts loaded. This will mean the minifier / compiler will only have to work once. Using the `Gt` JavaScript library, it is possible to only execute certain scripts on certain pages, but they should all be present across all pages.
+For the most consistent, speedy and easy-to-debug client side scripting experience, every PageView within an application should have the same scripts loaded. This will mean the minifier / compiler will only have to work once. Using the `Gt` JavaScript library, it is possible to only execute certain scripts on certain pages, but they should all be present across all pages.
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2 Style/ReadMe.md
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=====
Very much like the way the Script directory is handled, the Style directory contains a shared collection of CSS files and fonts. Included as standard are the GtReset.css which provides a consistent starting point across all browsers, and GtUi.css which is a complementary style sheet for the GtUi JavaScript file.
-Style sheets are minified together at runtime, just like JavaScript is.
+Style sheets are minified together at runtime, just like JavaScript is.

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