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 Contrib 2009-01-06 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [92cbbe] merge from trunk
 build 2009-06-29 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [41de8d] Prepare for bugfix release 0.7.2.
 doc 2009-06-29 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [ce45a9] Fix layout
 share 2009-06-29 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [48634d] fixed loadstate script when the openmsx user di...
 src 2011-03-12 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [97d8c6] Fixed OSD mouse coordinates on dingoo
 ChangeLog 2009-06-07 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [2b0c2b] Make sure the mouse pointer is also always hidd...
 GNUmakefile 2004-03-29 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [ec1ed2] It's official now: the 'alternative' system rep...
 README 2003-09-22 Maarten ter Huurne Maarten ter Huurne [b5c694] Rewritten from scratch. Contains pointers to do...
 configure 2007-09-20 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [3be332] Fixed Make detection using "dash" scripting she...
 node.mk 2004-10-05 Wouter Vermaelen Wouter Vermaelen [680de1] don't distribute alternative.mk, file is no lon...

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