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LICENSE file:

SWIG is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it 
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                    GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE 
                       Version 3, 29 June 2007 

 Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <http://fsf.org/> 
 Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies 
 of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. 

                            Preamble 

  The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for 
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                     END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS 

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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail. 

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The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate 
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For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see 
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Active SWIG Developers:
 William Fulton ([email protected])                 (SWIG core, Java, C#, Windows, Cygwin)
 Olly Betts ([email protected])                             (PHP)
 Joseph Wang ([email protected])                         (R)
 Xavier Delacour ([email protected])              (Octave)
 David Nadlinger ([email protected])                    (D)
 Oliver Buchtala ([email protected])              (Javascript)
 Neha Narang ([email protected])                     (Javascript)
 Simon Marchetto ([email protected]) (Scilab)

Past SWIG developers and major contributors include:
 Dave Beazley ([email protected])                      (SWIG core, Python, Tcl, Perl)
 Henning Thielemann ([email protected])          (Modula3)
 Matthias Köppe ([email protected])      (Guile, MzScheme)
 Luigi Ballabio ([email protected])            (STL wrapping)
 Mikel Bancroft ([email protected])                         (Allegro CL)
 Surendra Singhi ([email protected])                 (CLISP, CFFI)
 Marcelo Matus ([email protected])                  (SWIG core, Python, UTL[python,perl,tcl,ruby])
 Art Yerkes ([email protected])                       (Ocaml)
 Lyle Johnson ([email protected])                (Ruby)
 Charlie Savage ([email protected])                      (Ruby)
 Thien-Thi Nguyen ([email protected])                          (build/test/misc)
 Richard Palmer ([email protected])                  (PHP)
 Sam Liddicott - Ananova Ltd ([email protected])         (PHP)
 Tim Hockin - Sun Microsystems ([email protected])          (PHP)
 Kevin Ruland                                             (PHP)
 Shibukawa Yoshiki                                        (Japanese Translation)
 Jason Stewart ([email protected])                (Perl5)
 Loic Dachary                                             (Perl5)
 David Fletcher                                           (Perl5)
 Gary Holt                                                (Perl5)
 Masaki Fukushima                                         (Ruby)
 Scott Michel ([email protected])                        (Java directors)
 Tiger Feng ([email protected])                    (SWIG core)
 Mark Rose ([email protected])                            (Directors)
 Jonah Beckford ([email protected])                   (CHICKEN)
 Ahmon Dancy ([email protected])                            (Allegro CL)
 Dirk Gerrits                                             (Allegro CL)
 Neil Cawse                                               (C#)
 Harco de Hilster                                         (Java)
 Alexey Dyachenko ([email protected])                  (Tcl)
 Bob Techentin                                            (Tcl)
 Martin Froehlich <[email protected]>               (Guile)
 Marcio Luis Teixeira <[email protected]>       (Guile)
 Duncan Temple Lang                                       (R)
 Miklos Vajna <[email protected]>                    (PHP directors)
 Mark Gossage ([email protected])                      (Lua)
 Raman Gopalan ([email protected])                   (eLua)
 Gonzalo Garramuno ([email protected])             (Ruby, Ruby's UTL)
 John Lenz                                                (Guile, MzScheme updates, Chicken module, runtime system)
 Baozeng Ding  <[email protected]>                        (Scilab)
 Ian Lance Taylor                                         (Go)
 Vadim Zeitlin                                            (PCRE, Python)
 Stefan Zager ([email protected])                          (Python)
 Vincent Couvert                                          (Scilab)
 Sylvestre Ledru                                          (Scilab)
 Wolfgang Frisch                                          (Scilab)

Past contributors include:
 James Michael DuPont, Clark McGrew, Dustin Mitchell, Ian Cooke, Catalin Dumitrescu, Baran
 Kovuk, Oleg Tolmatcev, Tal Shalif, Lluis Padro, Chris Seatory, Igor Bely, Robin Dunn,
 Edward Zimmermann, David Ascher, Dominique Dumont, Pier Giorgio Esposito, Hasan Baran Kovuk,
 Klaus Wiederänders, Richard Beare, Hans Oesterholt.
 (See CHANGES and CHANGES.current and the bug tracker for a more complete list).

Past students:
 Songyan Feng (Chicago).
 Xinghua Shi (Chicago).
 Jing Cao (Chicago).
 Aquinas Hobor (Chicago).

Historically, the following people contributed to early versions of SWIG.
Peter Lomdahl, Brad Holian, Shujia Zhou, Niels Jensen, and Tim Germann
at Los Alamos National Laboratory were the first users. Patrick
Tullmann at the University of Utah suggested the idea of automatic
documentation generation. John Schmidt and Kurtis Bleeker at the
University of Utah tested out the early versions.  Chris Johnson
supported SWIG's developed at the University of Utah. John Buckman,
Larry Virden, and Tom Schwaller provided valuable input on the first
releases and improving the portability of SWIG. David Fletcher and
Gary Holt have provided a great deal of input on improving SWIG's
Perl5 implementation. Kevin Butler contributed the first Windows NT
port.

Early bug reports and patches:
Adam Hupp, Arthur Smyles, Brad Clements, Brett Williams, Buck Hodges,
Burkhard Kloss, Chia-Liang Kao, Craig Files, Dennis Marsa, Dieter Baron,
Drake Diedrich, Fleur Diana Dragan, Gary Pennington, Geoffrey Hort, Gerald Williams,
Greg Anderson, Greg Kochanski, Greg Troxel, Henry Rowley, Irina Kotlova,
Israel Taller, James Bailey, Jim Fulton, Joel Reed, Jon Travis,
Junio Hamano, Justin Heyes-Jones, Karl Forner, Keith Davidson,
Krzysztof Kozminski, Larry Virden, Luke J Crook, Magnus Ljung, Marc Zonzon,
Mark Howson, Micahel Scharf, Michel Sanner, Mike Romberg, Mike Simons,
Mike Weiblen, Paul Brannan, Ram Bhamidipaty, Reinhard Fobbe, Rich Wales,
Richard Salz, Roy Lecates, Rudy Albachten, Scott Drummonds
Scott Michel, Shaun Lowry, Steve Galser, Tarn Weisner Burton,
Thomas Weidner, Tony Seward, Uwe Steinmann, Vadim Chugunov, Wyss Clemens,
Zhong Ren.