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1 This file contains a list of third party code which is not under general
2 FreeIPA copyright.
4 Third party code:
6 Bootstrap - code licensed under Apache License v2.0
7 * css/bootstrap.css
8 * src/libs/bootrap.js
10 bootstrap-datepicker - Apache License v2.0
11 * css/bootstrap-datepicker3.min.css
12 * src/libs/bootrap-datepicker.js
14 jQuery - licensed under MIT license
15 * jquery.js
18 JSON 2 - public domain
19 * json2.js
21 QUnit - dual licensed under MIT and GPLv2 licenses
22 * test/qunit.css
23 * test/qunit.js
24 * jsDump licensed under BSD 2 license
27 Font Awesome - code licensed under MIT license
28 * less/font-awesome
30 Dojo, Dojo Builder - dual licensed under BSD license and AFL version 2.1
31 * full license text in util/build/LICENSE
32 * util/build/build.js
33 * util/build/_base/*.js
34 * build/dojo/dojo.js
36 QRCode.js - licensed under MIT license
37 * qrcode.js
39 d3 - licensed under BSD License
40 * d3.js
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