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LicensePlist - A license list generator of all your dependencies for iOS applications

  •    Swift

LicensePlist is a command-line tool that automatically generates a Plist of all your dependencies, including files added manually(specified by YAML config file) or using Carthage or CocoaPods. All these licenses then show up in the Settings app. Download from Releases, then copy to /usr/local/bin/license-plist etc.

Creative-Commons-Markdown - Markdown-formatted Creative Commons licenses

  •    Javascript

On November 25th, 2013, Creative Commons announced their next generation licenses: Creative Commons 4.0. By default, these are available as HTML or plaintext. This project adds Markdown-formatted licenses to that list, while aiming for best compatibility on GitHub. If you notice any mistakes in content or formatting, please send a pull request with your correction.

spdx-license-list - List of SPDX licenses

  •    Javascript

The lists of licenses are just JSON files and can be used wherever.The licenses are indexed by their identifier and contains a name property with the full name of the license, url with the URL to the license, and osiApproved boolean for whether the license is OSI Approved.

license-tree - Read a tree of files and check for licenses.

  •    Javascript

Read a tree of files and check for licenses.

licenseye - Node.js CLI tool to visualize an aggregate list of your dependencies' licenses

  •    Javascript

Node.js CLI tool to visualize an aggregate list of your dependencies' licenses Edit Add topics

oss.ninja - 👩‍⚖ī¸ Dynamic licenses for your projects - no more LICENSE.txt!

  •    Javascript

Dynamically generated licenses for your projects. This project is built with preact-cli. For a detailed explanation of how things work, check out the preact-cli readme.

licenses - Retrieve accurate license information for a given npm package.

  •    Javascript

But the biggest problem is figuring out which license a module is actually using. There are a lot of ways of saying that your code is licensed under MIT. There are people who rather say licensed under MIT than just stating MIT. So the way we write which license we use differ but also the location of our licenses. It can be in the package.json hiding in various of properties or specified in the README.md of the project or even a dedicated LICENSE file in the repository. Now that you've taken the time to read about some of these issues above, you know why this module exists. It tries to fulfill one simple task. Get a human readable license from a given node module.

licensing - Discover the license footprint of your application

  •    Javascript

This is a small command line utlity to figure out the licensing footprint of your project or from a given module name.

php-legal-licenses - A utility to help generate a file containing information about dependencies including the full license text

  •    PHP

Legal Licenses is a utility to help generate a single text file containing all of the important information about a project's dependencies. In some organizations, the use of Open Source Software (OSS) is strictly controlled and audited, and requires having every OSS library simply documented. This utility will generate a licenses.md file in the root of your project that contains a list of all dependencies, the currently installed version, commit sha, its description, homepage, list of licenses, and full license text if it is present in the dependency source code directly. It receives this information from the composer.lock file, so you must have run a composer update or composer install at least once in order to use this utility.

licenses-utils - Utilities to detect licenses from project

  •    Javascript

This node package contains multiple utilies to manage licenses: detect, list, ...

hunspell-spellchecker - Parse and use Hunspell dictionaries in Javascript

  •    Javascript

A lightweight spellchecker written in Javascript, it can be used in Node.JS and in the browser. It has been build to be pre-parse Hunspell dictionary to JSON.

autogen - Automatically generate boilerplate license comments.

  •    Shell

Automatically generate boilerplate comments and code for new files with a single command. For details on adding Autogen support to your editor, please see the editors directory.

go-spdx - Golang library for listing and looking up licenses using SPDX IDs.

  •    Go

go-spdx is a Go library for listing and looking up licenses using SPDX IDs. SPDX IDs are an unambiguous way to reference a specific software license. The IDs are looked up using the spdx.org website (or custom URLs may be specified). Offline lookup is not currently supported. This library does not implement the SPDX document format. SPDX document parsing and printing are provided by other libraries, including a library in the official spdx organization. This library instead provides the ability to look up licenses via SPDX IDs.

license-to-vim - License your code from Vim like a secret agent


The table below lists all licenses currently available in this plugin, as well as the abbreviation used by the plugin and whether the license suggests adding a stub. Don't see the license you want? Open an issue and I'd be happy to add it.

license-list-data - Various data formats for the SPDX License List including RDFa, HTML, Text, and JSON

  •    HTML

See the contributing document for information on requesting new licenses, reporting issues or contributing pull requests related to this repository. This repository contains various generated data formats for the SPDX License List including RDFa, HTML, Text, and JSON. The source of the license list which generates these data files can be found at https://github.com/spdx/license-list-XML. Please note that the format for the license-list-XML repository is internal to the SPDX legal team and is subject to change.