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use strict;
use warnings;
package Software::License::EUPL_1_1;
$Software::License::EUPL_1_1::VERSION = '0.103013';
use utf8;
use parent 'Software::License';
# ABSTRACT: The European Union Public License (EUPL) v1.1

sub name      { 'The European Union Public License (EUPL) v1.1' }
sub url       { 'https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/software/page/eupl' }

sub meta_name  { 'open_source' }
sub meta2_name { 'open_source' }

1;

=pod

=encoding UTF-8

=head1 NAME

Software::License::EUPL_1_1 - The European Union Public License (EUPL) v1.1

=head1 VERSION

version 0.103013

=head1 AUTHOR

Ricardo Signes <rjbs@cpan.org>

=head1 COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Ricardo Signes.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

=cut

__DATA__
__LICENSE__
European Union Public Licence v 1.1

EUPL (C) the European Community 2007

This European Union Public Licence (the EUPL) applies to the Work or
Software (as defined below) which is provided under the terms of this
Licence. Any use of the Work, other than as authorised under this
Licence is prohibited (to the extent such use is covered by a right of
the copyright holder of the Work).

The Original Work is provided under the terms of this Licence when the
Licensor (as defined below) has placed the following notice immediately
following the copyright notice for the Original Work: Licensed under the
EUPL V.1.1 or has expressed by any other mean his willingness to license
under the EUPL.

1. Definitions

In this Licence, the following terms have the following meaning:

- The Licence: this Licence.

- The Original Work or the Software: the software distributed and/or
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Licensee, based upon the Original Work or modifications thereof. This
Licence does not define the extent of modification or dependence on the
Original Work required in order to classify a work as a Derivative Work;
this extent is determined by copyright law applicable in the country
mentioned in Article 15.

- The Work: the Original Work and/or its Derivative Works.

- The Source Code: the human-readable form of the Work which is the most
convenient for people to study and modify.

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Licence.  Such a termination will not terminate the licences of any
person who has received the Work from the Licensee under the Licence,
provided such persons remain in full compliance with the Licence.

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complete agreement between the Parties as to the Work licensed
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establishing the European Community.  Any litigation arising between
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jurisdiction of the competent court where the Licensor resides or
conducts its primary business.

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where the Licensor resides or has his registered office.

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- a litigation arises between the European Commission, as a
Licensor, and any Licensee;

- the Licensor, other than the European Commission, has no residence or
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