Ok. I just looked in the gtk2 installer and it put links for the projects page in the license page.  I'll do the same in my gtk3 installer.  About gtkrexx I think nsis installers can download and install other packages. Doing you dont have to package the gtk runtime and keeps easy for the user.

Em 06/07/2013 13:58, "Mark Miesfeld" <miesfeld@gmail.com> escreveu:
On Sat, Jul 6, 2013 at 9:32 AM, David Ashley <w.david.ashley@gmail.com> wrote:

As to packaging rexxgtk for Windows, I think we need some discussion on
this among the core team. If we include the gtk runtime files it means
we also have to distribute the source for those file because of the LGPL
license. Distributing mixed license software is not a good idea as it
just leads to trouble. So we need some discussion on this. But I am not
against distributing the ooRexx code and an installer we develop on our

Ah ... that's right, I had forgot about the GPL license.

So, I don't think the gtk runtime should be in the installer.  

But, what would be nice Perry, would be to include a readme file that detailed exactly how the user of gtkrexx can install the runtime themselves. 

Mark Miesfeld

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