Simplified license.

In John Dunning writes on 4/May/2015:

"Hi all.  I gather that the preference is to license CC65 and
associated technologies under the zlib license.  I hereby give my
approval for any software written by me as part of CC65 and associated
technologies under the zlib license."

The above together with the fact that all subsequent work on cc65 was already licensed under the zlib license means that cc65 can now be licensed altogether under the zlib license.
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This is the original cc65 compiler copyright:
-*- Mode: Text -*-
This is the copyright notice for RA65, LINK65, LIBR65, and other
Atari 8-bit programs. Said programs are Copyright 1989, by John R.
Dunning. All rights reserved, with the following exceptions:
Anyone may copy or redistribute these programs, provided that:
1: You don't charge anything for the copy. It is permissable to
charge a nominal fee for media, etc.
2: All source code and documentation for the programs is made
available as part of the distribution.
3: This copyright notice is preserved verbatim, and included in
the distribution.
You are allowed to modify these programs, and redistribute the
modified versions, provided that the modifications are clearly noted.
There is NO WARRANTY with this software, it comes as is, and is
distributed in the hope that it may be useful.
This copyright notice applies to any program which contains
this text, or the refers to this file.
This copyright notice is based on the one published by the Free
Software Foundation, sometimes known as the GNU project. The idea
is the same as theirs, ie the software is free, and is intended to
stay that way. Everybody has the right to copy, modify, and re-
distribute this software. Nobody has the right to prevent anyone
else from copying, modifying or redistributing it.
In acknowledgment of this copyright, I (Ullrich von Bassewitz) will place
my own changes to the compiler under the same copyright.
The library and the binary utils are a complete rewrite done by me and
covered by the following license:
This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty.
In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from
the use of this software.