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2.1 argparse

argparse

argparse is (c) 2006-2009 Steven J. Bethard <steven.bethard@gmail.com>.

The argparse module was contributed to Python as of Python 2.7 and thus was
licensed under the Python license. Same license applies to all files in the
argparse package project.

For details about the Python License, please see doc/Python-License.txt.

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Before (and including) argparse 1.1, the argparse package was licensed under
Apache License v2.0.

After argparse 1.1, all project files from the argparse project were deleted
due to license compatibility issues between Apache License 2.0 and GNU GPL
v2.

The project repository then had a clean start with some files taken from
Python 2.7.1, so definitely all files are under Python License now.

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