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Software Repository

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Three Crickets Software Repository

Three Crickets maintains this repository of free and open-source software for the general public. The repository currently contains Maven and Eclipse sections.

In addition to all free software made by Three Crickets (such as Sincerity, Prudence and Diligence) it contains many dependent libraries and products. Some of the software packages are designed to work especially well with Sincerity.

The repository is provided without any warranty or guarantee for uptime, correctness or security, though considerable effort and care has been put into making it as useful and reliable as possible. Three Crickets is in no way responsible for any damage that may occur from using this repository and the software within. In most cases software packages have been downloaded directly from their providers and uploaded as is to the repository after annotation and some testing.

It is furthermore up to you to ensure that it is legal for you to use the software in the repository. Three Crickets cannot be held legally responsible for your usage. In particular, note that most free and open source software licenses grant you permission to use the software, without warranty, but place limitations on your freedom to redistribute it.

For your convenience, an effort has been made to provide you with access to the software licenses in the package meta-data. However, it is up to you to ensure that these are indeed the correct licenses for each particular software product. Three Crickets cannot be held legally responsible for the veracity of the information regarding the licensing of particular software products. In particular, note that software licenses may differ per version or edition of the software product, and that some software is available under multiple licenses.

Important! The Three Crickets repository is currently in beta testing. This means that we are experimenting with deployment strategies and may change existing files. This could happen while you are using the repository. If something doesn't work for you, try again. If it still doesn't work, please let us know.