Changeset b6521ed for licenses

Oct 21, 2016 9:01:36 PM (4 years ago)
zzz <zzz@…>

Wrapper: Update to wrapper 3.5.30
All binaries from Tanuki delta pack,
except for armhf (armv6), compiled on Raspberry Pi:

ant 1.8.2
javac 1.6.0_38
gcc 4.6.3-14+rpi1

Windows binaries remain unchanged as we must recompile them ourselves
(32 bit just to change the icon; 64 bit is not provided by Tanuki)

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  • licenses/LICENSE-Wrapper.txt

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    5                              Version 1.1
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