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update to MIT

Greg Finak authored on 21/10/2022 20:38:47
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 Maintainer: Mike Jiang <wjiang2@fhcrc.org>
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 Description: Uses platform-specific implemenations of the GatingML2.0 standard 
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     to exchange gated cytometry data with other software platforms.
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-License: file LICENSE
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-License_restricts_use: yes
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+License: AGPL-3.0-only 
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+License_restricts_use: no 
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 LazyData: TRUE
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 Imports:
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     cytolib(>= 2.3.10),
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