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# Line 43  orginal copyright holder.) Line 43  orginal copyright holder.)
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44  ~~~~~  ~~~~~
45    
46  The ./licenses directory in the upstream tarball includes the following additional informations.  The ./libs directory has been removed from the upstream tarball; it contained
47  They refer to the inlcuded libs checkstyle and junit which are not used by the Debian Package.  two libraries which are not used by the Debian package.
   
 ./licenses/checkstyle:  
 ======================  
   
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 ./licenses/junit:  
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