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-  Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
-  library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James Random Hacker.
-
-  <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990
-  Ty Coon, President of Vice
-
-That's all there is to it!
 Synopsis:         GSL - Bindings to the GNU Scientific Library
 Authors:          Olivier Andrieu <oandrieu@merim.net>
                   Markus Mottl <markus.mottl@gmail.com>
-License:          LGPL-2.1+ with OCaml linking exception
+License:          GPL-3+
 Plugins:          META (0.3), StdFiles (0.3), DevFiles (0.3)
 Homepage:         http://www.bitbucket.org/mmottl/gsl-ocaml
 XStdFilesREADME:  false
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 #load "str.cma"
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type order = Blas.order =

lib/blas_flat.mli

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type order = Blas.order =
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type order = Blas.order =
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type order = Blas.order =
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2007 - Olivier Andrieu                     *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 type ws
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2007 - Olivier Andrieu                     *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Basis Splines *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 type t
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Chebyshev Approximations *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 external central  : Fun.gsl_fun -> float -> Fun.result
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Numerical Differentiation *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 open Vectmat
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Eigensystems *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 external gsl_version : unit -> string
     = "ml_gsl_version"
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Error reporting *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 open Gsl_complex
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Fast Fourier Transforms *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type linear_fit_coeffs = {
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Least-Squares Fitting *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type result = {
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Callbacks and types for error estimates *)
 

lib/gsl_complex.ml

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005, 2003 - Olivier Andrieu, Paul Pelzl   *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type complex = Complex.t =

lib/gsl_complex.mli

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005, 2003 - Olivier Andrieu, Paul Pelzl   *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Complex arithmetic and simple functions *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Histograms *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Histograms *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 type ieee_type = 
   | NAN
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** IEEE floating-point arithmetic *)
 

lib/integration.ml

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 open Fun
 

lib/integration.mli

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Numerical Integration *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type t
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Interpolation *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 open Vectmat
 open Gsl_complex
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Simple linear algebra operations *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 let e          = 2.71828182845904523536028747135 (* e *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Mathematical constants and some simple functions *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 open Bigarray
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Matrices of floats implemented with [Bigarray] *)
 

lib/matrix_complex.ml

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 open Bigarray

lib/matrix_complex.mli

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Matrices of complex numbers implemented with [Bigarray] *)
 

lib/matrix_complex_flat.ml

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 type complex_mat_flat = 
     { data : float array ;

lib/matrix_complex_flat.mli

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** Matrices of complex number simplemented with [float array] *)
 

lib/matrix_flat.ml

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 type double_mat_flat = 
     { data : float array ;

lib/matrix_flat.mli

 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 (** Matrices of floats implemented with [float array] *)
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 type kind = 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 (** One dimensional Minimization *)
 
 (* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       *)
 (* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                *)
-(* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      *)
+(* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         *)
 
 
 let maybe_or_else o def = 
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_blas.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 static inline CBLAS_ORDER_t CBLAS_ORDER_val(v)
 {

lib/mlgsl_blas_complex.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_blas.h>
 

lib/mlgsl_blas_complex_float.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_blas.h>
 

lib/mlgsl_blas_float.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_blas.h>

lib/mlgsl_bspline.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2007 - Olivier Andrieu                     */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_bspline.h>
 
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <string.h>
 

lib/mlgsl_complex.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2003 - Paul Pelzl                          */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <caml/alloc.h>
 #include <gsl/gsl_complex_math.h>

lib/mlgsl_complex.h

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_complex.h>
 
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_diff.h>

lib/mlgsl_eigen.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_eigen.h>

lib/mlgsl_error.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_errno.h>
 #include <gsl/gsl_version.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <caml/fail.h>
 #include <caml/memory.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_fit.h>
 #include <gsl/gsl_multifit.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <string.h>
 
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_math.h>
 #include <gsl/gsl_monte.h>

lib/mlgsl_histo.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_histogram.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_ieee_utils.h>

lib/mlgsl_integration.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_errno.h>
 #include <gsl/gsl_integration.h>

lib/mlgsl_interp.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_errno.h>

lib/mlgsl_linalg.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_linalg.h>

lib/mlgsl_linalg_complex.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_linalg.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_math.h>
 

lib/mlgsl_matrix.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #ifndef FUNCTION

lib/mlgsl_matrix.h

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_matrix.h>
 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_min.h>
 

lib/mlgsl_monte.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <stdio.h>
 

lib/mlgsl_multifit.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_multifit_nlin.h>

lib/mlgsl_multimin.c

 /* gsl-ocaml - OCaml interface to GSL                       */
 /* Copyright (©) 2002-2005 - Olivier Andrieu                */
-/* Distributed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1      */
+/* Distributed under the terms of the GPL version 3         */
 
 #include <gsl/gsl_multimin.h>