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 classh is released under the PSF (Python Software Foundation License) as 
 included below. The full text from which this was derived is at:

        http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.6.2/license

 In layman's language, here are the primary features of this license. 
 The following description is not legal advice; read the full text of 
 the license (below) and consult qualified professional counsel for an 
 interpretation of the license terms as they apply to you.

    * classh is absolutely free, even for commercial use (including resale). 
      You can sell a product including classh or a product that imports, 
      embeds or otherwise integrates it without incurring any licensing fees.

    * The Open Source Initiative has certified the Python license as 
      Open Source, and includes it on their list of open source licenses.

    * There is no GPL-like "copyleft" restriction. There is no requirement
      to release any of your source code.

    * You cannot remove the copyright notice from either the source code
      nor any resulting binary distribution (egg, RPM, dpkg, etc) packages.

 This software is copyrighted (c) 2009 under United States and international 
 law by James T. Dennis.


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       to simply as Jim), and the Individual or Organization ("Licensee") 
       accessing and otherwise using this software ("classh") in source or 
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