X11 Work Bench Toolkit  1.0
Copyright and License Terms for the X11workbench Toolkit


     X11workbench - X11 programmer's 'work bench' application and toolkit
      Copyright © 2010-2018 by Bob Frazier (aka 'Big Bad Bombastic Bob')
                              all rights reserved
DISCLAIMER:  The X11workbench application and toolkit software are supplied
             'as-is', with no waranties, either implied or explicit.


BSD-like license:

There is no restriction as to what you can do with this software, so long as you include the above copyright notice and DISCLAIMER for any distributed work that is linked with, equivalent to, or derived from any portion of this software, along with this paragraph that explains the terms of the license if the source is also being made available. "Linked with" includes the use of a portion of any of the source and/or header files, or their compiled binary output, as a part of your application or library. A "derived work" describes a work that uses a significant portion of the source files or the algorithms that are included with this software.


Specifically excluded from this requirement are files that were generated by the software, or anything that is included with the software that is part of another package (such as files that were created or added during the 'configure' process).


The license also covers the use of part or all of any of the X11 workbench toolkit source or header files in your distributed application, in source or binary form. If you do not ship the source, the above copyright statement and DISCLAIMER is still required to be placed in a reasonably prominent place, such as documentation, splash screens, and/or 'about the application' dialog boxes.

Use and distribution are in accordance with GPL, LGPL, and/or the above BSD-like license. See COPYING and README.md files for more information.

Additionally, this software, in source or binary form, and in whole or in part, may be used by explicit permission from the author, without the need of a license.

You will find similar language and copyright statements at the beginning of most of the source files (and related files) that comprise the X11workbench and X11workbench Toolkit. If there is any confusion as to the intent of the license, the above stated license terms take precedence.