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    2 PlantUML : a free UML diagram generator
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    4 
    5 (C) Copyright 2009-2017, Arnaud Roques
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    7 Project Info:  http://plantuml.sourceforge.net
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    9 This file is part of PlantUML.
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   11 PlantUML is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
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   31 The generated images can then be used without any reference to the GPL license.
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   39 Original Author:  Arnaud Roques
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