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Format: https://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/
Upstream-Name: AspectJ
Source: https://github.com/eclipse/org.aspectj

Files: *
Copyright: 1997-2002, Xerox Corporation
           1998-2003, Palo Alto Research Center, Incorporated (PARC)
           2000-2018, IBM Corporation
           2002-2020, Andrew Clement (aka Andy Clement)
           2002, Erik Hilsdale
           2002-2005, Ron Bodkin
           2003-2005, Weston Isberg
           2003-2005, George Harley
           2003-2007, Helen Hawkins
           2003-2005, Mik Kersten
           2004-2006, Jim Hugunin
           2004, Martin Lippert
           2005-2008, Adrian Colyer
           2005-2008, Alexandre Vasseur
           2005-2006, Matthew Webster
           2005, Andrew Huff
           2005, David Knibb
           2005-2018, BEA Systems, Inc
           2006-2011, Ben Konrath
           2007, Linton Ye
           2010, SpringSource
           2011-2018, GK Software AG
           2012-2013, VMware, Inc.
           2013-2016, GoPivotal, Inc
           2013, Jesper Steen Moeller
           2014-2017, Google Inc and others
           2014-2018, Mateusz Matela
           2016-2018, Till Brychcy
License: EPL-1.0

Files: bcel-builder/*
Copyright: 2001-2002, The Apache Software Foundation
Comment: Modified BCEL for AspectJ (original version in libbcel-java)
 This fork of BCEL code base is significantly modified to work with AspectJ.
 In others words, AspectJ can't work with libbcel-java included in Debian
 and this library cannot be modified to work with AspectJ without side
 effect for others dependencies.
 This forked BCEL is also moved to another package
 org.aspect.org.apache instead of org.apache and included during build
 in aspectjtools.jar
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Files: debian/*
Copyright: 2002-2004, Takashi Okamoto
           2002, James LewisMoss
           2006, Christoph Berg
           2007-2008, Thomas Girard
           2008, Michael Koch
           2009-2012, Damien Raude-Morvan
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