JabRef version @version@

JabRef is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

The source code and documentation can be found at the homepage of JabRef http://jabref.sourceforge.net/. Please submit bugs to https://sourceforge.net/p/jabref/bugs/ and feature requests to https://sourceforge.net/p/jabref/feature-requests/.

Current developers:

Simon Harrer, Oliver Kopp, Igor Steinmacher

Former developers:

Morten O. Alver, Nizar N. Batada, Michel Baylac, Kolja Brix, Guillaume Gardey, Oscar Gustafsson, Cyrille d'Haese, S M Mahbub Murshed, Raik Nagel, Christopher Oezbek, Ellen Reitmayr, Gert Renckens, Andreas Rudert, Michael Spiegel, Ulrik Stervbo, Joerg K. Wegner, Michael Wrighton, Egon Willighagen, Jörg Zieren

Contributions from:

Thomas Arildsen, Michael Beckmann, Oliver Beckmann, Fedor Bezrukov, Fabian Bieker, Aaron Chen, Thorsten Dahlheimer, Fabrice Dessaint, Tobias Diez, Nathan Dunn, E. Hakan Duran, Brian Van Essen, Michael Falkenthal, Alexis Gallagher, David Gleich, Eduardo Roberto Greco, Yara Grassi Gouffon, Leonardo Haddad Carlos Sascha Hunold, Philip Johnson, Bernd Kalbfuss, Martin Kähmer, Ervin Kolenovic, Krzysztof A. Kościuszkiewicz, Christian Kopf, Jan Kubovy, Jeffrey Kuhn, Uwe Kuehn, Felix Langner, Stephan Lau, Alexsandro Lauber, Renato Massao Maeda da Silva, Luciana de Melo e Abud, Alex Montgomery, Saverio Mori, Ambrogio Oliva, Brian Quistorff, Stephan Rave, Adam Rehn, John Relph, Hannes Restel, Moritz Ringler, Andreas Rudert, Mark Schenk, Nathan Sheffield, Rudolf Seemann, Toralf Senger, Manuel Siebeneicher, Waluyo Adi Siswanto, Mike Smoot, Ulrich Stärk, Martin Stolle, Ruy Minoru Ito Takata, Thiago Gomes Toledo, Mattias Ulbrich, David Weitzman, Seb Wills, John Zedlewski, Krunoslav Zubrinic

Thanks to:

Samin Muhammad Ridwanul Karim, Stefan Robert

Third-party software used:

JabRef uses JGoodies Looks and JGoodies Forms, distributed by JGoodies (http://www.jgoodies.com) under the terms of the BSD License (see http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.html for details).

Also included are two additional classes (SimpleInternalFrame and UIFSplitPane) by Karsten Lentzsch, which are distributed under these terms.

Command line options are parsed using RitOpt (http://ritopt.sourceforge.net). RitOpt is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 (or later).

JabRef uses the ANTLR parser generator for interpreting search strings. ANTLR is public domain software - see http://www.antlr.org/license.html for the licensing terms.

For table presentation and filtering, JabRef uses the Glazed Lists library (http://publicobject.com/glazedlists), which is distributed under the Lesser General Public License.

JabRef also uses the threading library Spin, which is distributed under the terms of the Lesser General Public License.

Some GUI components from the Microba library are used, it is licensed under a BSD style license. See http://sourceforge.net/projects/microba/ for more informations.

The majority of icons are from the Crystal Clear icon set by Everaldo (http://www.everaldo.com), which is distributed under the terms of the Lesser General Public License.

JabRef uses the FontBox, JempBox, and PDFBox libraries for PDF handling, which are distributed under the Apache License. See http://pdfbox.apache.org for more information.

Under Ubuntu, JabRef uses Java Ayatana to add support for Unity Global menu integration, which is licensed under the MIT License. See http://code.google.com/p/java-swing-ayatana/ for more information.