OverrideAudit is licensed under the MIT License, is fully open source and freely available. It is available for all platforms supported by Sublime Text 3, and operates identically regardless of platform.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright 2017 Terence Martin
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OverrideAudit is primarily developed by Terence Martin, but would not be possible without inspiration, creative input, and extensive design help from Keith Hall, whose assistance and direction are greatly appreciated.
A debt of gratitude is also owed to Guillermo López-Anglada and FichteFoll, whose work on the Sublime Text Unofficial Documentation provide invaluable information about Sublime Text and its inner workings.
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