Freetype 2, version 2.10.1

FreeType is a freely available software library to render fonts.

Optionally used in Qt GUI and platform plugins. Configure with -no-freetype, or -system-freetype to avoid.

The sources can be found in qt-everywhere-src-5.15.2/qtbase/src/3rdparty/freetype.

Project Homepage, upstream version: 2.10.1

 Copyright 2006-2015 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.

Freetype Project License or GNU General Public License v2.0 only.

 The  FreeType 2  font  engine is  copyrighted  work and  cannot be  used
 legally  without a  software license.   In  order to  make this  project
 usable  to a vast  majority of  developers, we  distribute it  under two
 mutually exclusive open-source licenses.

 This means  that *you* must choose  *one* of the  two licenses described
 below, then obey  all its terms and conditions when  using FreeType 2 in
 any of your projects or products.

   - The FreeType License, found in  the file `FTL.TXT', which is similar
     to the original BSD license *with* an advertising clause that forces
     you  to  explicitly cite  the  FreeType  project  in your  product's
     documentation.  All  details are in the license  file.  This license
     is  suited  to products  which  don't  use  the GNU  General  Public
     License.

     Note that  this license  is  compatible  to the  GNU General  Public
     License version 3, but not version 2.

   - The GNU General Public License version 2, found in  `GPLv2.TXT' (any
     later version can be used  also), for programs which already use the
     GPL.  Note  that the  FTL is  incompatible  with  GPLv2 due  to  its
     advertisement clause.

 The contributed BDF and PCF drivers come with a license similar  to that
 of the X Window System.  It is compatible to the above two licenses (see
 file src/bdf/README and src/pcf/README).

 The gzip module uses the zlib license (see src/gzip/zlib.h) which too is
 compatible to the above two licenses.

 The MD5 checksum support (only used for debugging in development builds)
 is in the public domain.


 --- FDL.TXT ---

                     The FreeType Project LICENSE
                     ----------------------------

                             2006-Jan-27

                     Copyright 1996-2002, 2006 by
           David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg



 Introduction
 ============

   The FreeType  Project is distributed in  several archive packages;
   some of them may contain, in addition to the FreeType font engine,
   various tools and  contributions which rely on, or  relate to, the
   FreeType Project.

   This  license applies  to all  files found  in such  packages, and
   which do not  fall under their own explicit  license.  The license
   affects  thus  the  FreeType   font  engine,  the  test  programs,
   documentation and makefiles, at the very least.

   This  license   was  inspired  by  the  BSD,   Artistic,  and  IJG
   (Independent JPEG  Group) licenses, which  all encourage inclusion
   and  use of  free  software in  commercial  and freeware  products
   alike.  As a consequence, its main points are that:

     o We don't promise that this software works. However, we will be
       interested in any kind of bug reports. (`as is' distribution)

     o You can  use this software for whatever you  want, in parts or
       full form, without having to pay us. (`royalty-free' usage)

     o You may not pretend that  you wrote this software.  If you use
       it, or  only parts of it,  in a program,  you must acknowledge
       somewhere  in  your  documentation  that  you  have  used  the
       FreeType code. (`credits')

   We  specifically  permit  and  encourage  the  inclusion  of  this
   software, with  or without modifications,  in commercial products.
   We  disclaim  all warranties  covering  The  FreeType Project  and
   assume no liability related to The FreeType Project.


   Finally,  many  people  asked  us  for  a  preferred  form  for  a
   credit/disclaimer to use in compliance with this license.  We thus
   encourage you to use the following text:

    """
     Portions of this software are copyright © <year> The FreeType
     Project (www.freetype.org).  All rights reserved.
    """

   Please replace <year> with the value from the FreeType version you
   actually use.


 Legal Terms
 ===========

 0. Definitions
 --------------

   Throughout this license,  the terms `package', `FreeType Project',
   and  `FreeType  archive' refer  to  the  set  of files  originally
   distributed  by the  authors  (David Turner,  Robert Wilhelm,  and
   Werner Lemberg) as the `FreeType Project', be they named as alpha,
   beta or final release.

   `You' refers to  the licensee, or person using  the project, where
   `using' is a generic term including compiling the project's source
   code as  well as linking it  to form a  `program' or `executable'.
   This  program is  referred to  as  `a program  using the  FreeType
   engine'.

   This  license applies  to all  files distributed  in  the original
   FreeType  Project,   including  all  source   code,  binaries  and
   documentation,  unless  otherwise  stated   in  the  file  in  its
   original, unmodified form as  distributed in the original archive.
   If you are  unsure whether or not a particular  file is covered by
   this license, you must contact us to verify this.

   The FreeType  Project is copyright (C) 1996-2000  by David Turner,
   Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.  All rights reserved except as
   specified below.

 1. No Warranty
 --------------

   THE FREETYPE PROJECT  IS PROVIDED `AS IS' WITHOUT  WARRANTY OF ANY
   KIND, EITHER  EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,  INCLUDING, BUT NOT  LIMITED TO,
   WARRANTIES  OF  MERCHANTABILITY   AND  FITNESS  FOR  A  PARTICULAR
   PURPOSE.  IN NO EVENT WILL ANY OF THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
   BE LIABLE  FOR ANY DAMAGES CAUSED  BY THE USE OR  THE INABILITY TO
   USE, OF THE FREETYPE PROJECT.

 2. Redistribution
 -----------------

   This  license  grants  a  worldwide, royalty-free,  perpetual  and
   irrevocable right  and license to use,  execute, perform, compile,
   display,  copy,   create  derivative  works   of,  distribute  and
   sublicense the  FreeType Project (in  both source and  object code
   forms)  and  derivative works  thereof  for  any  purpose; and  to
   authorize others  to exercise  some or all  of the  rights granted
   herein, subject to the following conditions:

     o Redistribution of  source code  must retain this  license file
       (`FTL.TXT') unaltered; any  additions, deletions or changes to
       the original  files must be clearly  indicated in accompanying
       documentation.   The  copyright   notices  of  the  unaltered,
       original  files must  be  preserved in  all  copies of  source
       files.

     o Redistribution in binary form must provide a  disclaimer  that
       states  that  the software is based in part of the work of the
       FreeType Team,  in  the  distribution  documentation.  We also
       encourage you to put an URL to the FreeType web page  in  your
       documentation, though this isn't mandatory.

   These conditions  apply to any  software derived from or  based on
   the FreeType Project,  not just the unmodified files.   If you use
   our work, you  must acknowledge us.  However, no  fee need be paid
   to us.

 3. Advertising
 --------------

   Neither the  FreeType authors and  contributors nor you  shall use
   the name of the  other for commercial, advertising, or promotional
   purposes without specific prior written permission.

   We suggest,  but do not require, that  you use one or  more of the
   following phrases to refer  to this software in your documentation
   or advertising  materials: `FreeType Project',  `FreeType Engine',
   `FreeType library', or `FreeType Distribution'.

   As  you have  not signed  this license,  you are  not  required to
   accept  it.   However,  as  the FreeType  Project  is  copyrighted
   material, only  this license, or  another one contracted  with the
   authors, grants you  the right to use, distribute,  and modify it.
   Therefore,  by  using,  distributing,  or modifying  the  FreeType
   Project, you indicate that you understand and accept all the terms
   of this license.

 4. Contacts
 -----------

   There are two mailing lists related to FreeType:

     o freetype@nongnu.org

       Discusses general use and applications of FreeType, as well as
       future and  wanted additions to the  library and distribution.
       If  you are looking  for support,  start in  this list  if you
       haven't found anything to help you in the documentation.

     o freetype-devel@nongnu.org

       Discusses bugs,  as well  as engine internals,  design issues,
       specific licenses, porting, etc.

   Our home page can be found at

     http://www.freetype.org

 --- end of FDL.TXT ---

 --- GPLv2.TXT ---

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 The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
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   Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program
   `Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.

   <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
   Ty Coon, President of Vice

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