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1+= ManjyuDigest =
2+ManjyuDigest is Free Calendar Library for Java. ManjyuDigest require Java 1.5 or later. ManjyuDigest depends Java SE API only.
3+
4+== Home page ==
5+http://sourceforge.jp/projects/manjyudigest/wiki/
6+
7+== Download ==
8+[[ReleaseList]]
9+
10+== System Requirements ==
11+Java 1.5 or later.
12+
13+== Licensing ==
14+ManjyuDigest is licensed under a LGPL/EPL/ASL triple license, allowing use of the files under the terms of any one of the GNU Lesser General Public License, the Eclipse Public License, or the Apache License.
15+
16+== Source Code ==
17+[http://svn.sourceforge.jp/svnroot/manjyudigest/manjyu-digest/trunk/ Source Code]
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