Package: devpi-common / 3.2.2-1
2013-2018 Holger Krekel, Florian Schulze
2008-2013 The pip developers: Alex Grönholm Alex Morega Alexandre Conrad Andrey Bulgakov Antti Kaihola Armin Ronacher Aziz Köksal Ben Rosser Brian Rosner Carl Meyer Chris McDonough Christian Oudard Clay McClure Cody Soyland Daniel Holth Dave Abrahams David (d1b) Dmitry Gladkov Donald Stufft Francesco Geoffrey Lehée Georgi Valkov Hugo Lopes Tavares Ian Bicking Igor Sobreira Ionel Maries Cristian Jakub Vysoky James Cleveland Jannis Leidel Jay Graves John-Scott Atlakson Jon Parise Jonas Nockert Josh Bronson Kamal Bin Mustafa Kelsey Hightower Kenneth Belitzky Kumar McMillan Luke Macken Masklinn Marc Abramowitz Marcus Smith Markus Hametner Matt Maker Maxime R. Miguel Araujo Nick Stenning Nowell Strite Oliver Tonnhofer Olivier Girardot Patrick Jenkins Paul Moore Paul Nasrat Paul Oswald Paul van der Linden Peter Waller Phil Whelan Piet Delport Przemek Wrzos Qiangning Hong Rafael Caricio Rene Dudfield Roey Berman Ronny Pfannschmidt Rory McCann Simon Cross Stavros Korokithakis Thomas Fenzl Thomas Johansson Vinay Sajip Vitaly Babiy W Trevor King Wil Tan Hsiaoming Yang
|MIT||Originally vendored from python3-pip||devpi_common/vendor/_verlib.py||
2012 Tarek Ziadé and others
|PSF-2||vendored from https://bitbucket.org/tarek/distutilsversion||debian/*||
2018 Nicolas Dandrimont <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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