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[TXT]README.txt 2008-05-17 18:02 590  
[   ]atk-1.22.0.tar.bz2 2008-03-10 07:44 693K 
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This source is only hear because it's believed I need it here for legal
reasons.  The grmedit_installer.exe does contain the gtk binary dlls, and the
gtk site states:

    You are welcome to redistribute GTK+ binaries, including
    applications that bundle them, on other web sites, CD-ROM, and
    other media. You don't have to ask for permission. That's one of
    the points of Free Software. One important thing that the GNU
    licenses require is that you must also redistribute the source
    code. This usually means at least the gettext, GLib, GTK+, Pango
    and Atk sources.