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User & Date: rkeene on 2010-09-26 04:44:44
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2010-09-26
04:44
Updated list of files which are not solely from KitCreator and thus licensed under the terms of the MIT license check-in: 0169fdc0a7 user: rkeene tags: trunk
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Corrected typo in documentation check-in: 6a93ffd0b9 user: rkeene tags: trunk
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Documentation updates check-in: 8fb638c982 user: rkeene tags: trunk
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Modified README from [3cfec9efe7] to [db88e97a0a].

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Virtual File System that is appended to the end of the executable.

This project brings together all of the required pieces, plus some additional
pieces that were found in the original Tclkit:
	1. Tk (dynamically linked)
	2. Itcl (dynamically linked)

These source code for these pieces are downloaded, compiled, and linked, and
the database containing the appropriate filesystem data is created.  What sets
this project apart from other similar projects is that:
	1. It attempts to be modular;
	2. It supports cross-compiling;
	3. It downloads the source from their original repositories;
	4. It allows you to specify an arbitrary version of Tcl (including
	   CVS); and
	5. It uses GNU Autoconf scripts for compiling the part of the Tclkit







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Virtual File System that is appended to the end of the executable.

This project brings together all of the required pieces, plus some additional
pieces that were found in the original Tclkit:
	1. Tk (dynamically linked)
	2. Itcl (dynamically linked)

The source code for these pieces are downloaded, compiled, and linked, and the
database containing the appropriate filesystem data is created.  What sets
this project apart from other similar projects is that:
	1. It attempts to be modular;
	2. It supports cross-compiling;
	3. It downloads the source from their original repositories;
	4. It allows you to specify an arbitrary version of Tcl (including
	   CVS); and
	5. It uses GNU Autoconf scripts for compiling the part of the Tclkit