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The BUSTER development group would like to acknowledge the
following third-party code that is included in this distribution of
FitMAP is linked against several libraries from CCP4 version 6.1.0, specifically: clipper-ccp4, ccp4c, clipper-core, fftw and rfftw. Following consultation with CCP4, we have linked statically against these libraries (as we have done in previous releases of our software). In a future release, we intend to link against and distribute shared versions of these libraries, and provide their source code.
ccp4c has been patched by us in order to allow application control of the verbosity of its output. These patches have been submitted to the CCP4 developers, and we expect them to appear in a future release of the CCP4 libraries.
Jmol version 11.4.6: an
open-source Java viewer for chemical structures in 3D. Copyright of the
Jmol Development Team. Distributed under the LGPL
version 2.1. The source code can be downloaded from the Jmol Sourceforge download
page, currently at the URL http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=23629&package_id=16155
Jmol uses a number of additional third-party components. For details, please see the file jmol-11.4.6/COPYRIGHT.txt that is included in the Jmol source code distribution, or the "About Jmol" item of the "Help" menu in the Jmol window.
libgcc version 4.3.2. Copyright of the Free Software Foundation, Inc. Distributed under the GPL version 2 with a special exception clause. See this extract from the file gcc-4.3.2/gcc/libgcc2.h, taken from the GCC 4.3.2 distribution. The source code can be obtained by downloading the source code of GCC version 4.3.2 from the GNU FTP site or one of its mirrors: see http://gcc.gnu.org/mirrors.html for a list.
libgcj version 9.0 . Copyright of the Free Software Foundation, Inc. Distributed under the GPL version 2 with a special exception clause. See the libgcj licence. The source code can be found in the subdirectory gcc-4.3.2/libjava of the same GCC version 4.3.2 source code distribution that contains libgcc.
We have modified the source code of this library for the OS X build. The file in the GCC version 4.3.2 distribution that was changed is gcc-4.3.2/libjava/java/lang/natPosixProcess.cc. The modified version of this file is included in this distribution here, and the issue that prompted this modification has been reported to the GCC developers as bug 38812. This file is distributed under the GPL version 2 with the special exception clause of the libgcj licence
Deterministic sampling methods for spheres and SO(3): Anna Yershova and Steven M. LaValle, 2004 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2004) Copyright: University of Illinois.
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