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 Contrib 2015-03-06 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [a74d65] Added OMR from/to text conversion tools (for TA...
 build 2015-06-16 m9710797 m9710797 [4c87ef] disable building openMSX, refer to new github p...
 doc 2015-05-28 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [642394] Refer to www.openmsx.org as the openMSX web sit...
 share 2015-06-12 Manuel Bilderbeek Manuel Bilderbeek [8c3dae] Added Sanyo MPC-6, thanks to Werner Kai.
 src 2015-06-02 m9710797 m9710797 [35f23a] Fake just enough of the Mitsubishi ML-TS2 to ge...
 .gitignore 2013-07-10 Manuel Bilderbeek Manuel Bilderbeek [69a976] Ignore core files at all times.
 GNUmakefile 2007-07-02 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [c834be] Process multiple goals sequentially.
 README 2015-05-28 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [642394] Refer to www.openmsx.org as the openMSX web sit...
 configure 2013-04-24 wouter wouter [d08909] Various text-processing stuff

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