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Fix license headers
Remove usage of outdated header.LGPL21 and replace those with proper one (header.LGPL in src, header.GPL-EXCEPT in tests) Remove also unnecessary license files Change-Id: Idccf5af2251ab56b4b4e2279be8ea060fcd4bbac Reviewed-by: Jędrzej Nowacki <jedrzej.nowacki@qt.io> Reviewed-by: Liang Qi <liang.qi@qt.io>
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diff --git a/tests/auto/qgeotiledmap/tst_qgeotiledmap.cpp b/tests/auto/qgeotiledmap/tst_qgeotiledmap.cpp
index 14b40eb..5da6b4d 100644
--- a/tests/auto/qgeotiledmap/tst_qgeotiledmap.cpp
+++ b/tests/auto/qgeotiledmap/tst_qgeotiledmap.cpp
@@ -1,31 +1,26 @@
/****************************************************************************
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diff --git a/tests/plugins/declarativetestplugin/testhelper.h b/tests/plugins/declarativetestplugin/testhelper.h
index 3b9f376..83cb472 100644
--- a/tests/plugins/declarativetestplugin/testhelper.h
+++ b/tests/plugins/declarativetestplugin/testhelper.h
@@ -1,31 +1,26 @@
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