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4 makefile
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
4 4 # See "license.txt" for more details.
5 5 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------
6 6
7   -# $Id: makefile,v 1.63 2004/03/23 12:37:13 dleijen Exp $
  7 +# $Id: makefile,v 1.64 2004/03/23 13:04:15 dleijen Exp $
8 8
9 9 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
10 10 # make [all] - build the libraries (in "lib").
@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ WXC-SRCS=$(wildcard wxc/src/*.cpp) $(wildcard wxc/src/ewxw/*.cpp) $(wildcard w
174 174 # wxhaskell project itself
175 175 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
176 176 WXHASKELL-SOURCES= \
177   - config.search configure makefile \
  177 + configure makefile \
178 178 prologue.txt license.txt \
179 179 bin/macosx-app-template bin/reimp.exe \
180 180 bin/macosx-builddmg bin/macosx-package \
9 prologue.txt
... ... @@ -1,17 +1,18 @@
1   -wxHaskell is a Haskell binding to the portable wxWindows GUI library.
  1 +wxHaskell is a Haskell binding to the portable wxWidgets GUI library.
2 2 See <http://wxhaskell.sourceforge.net> for the latest information.
3 3
4 4 The "Graphics.UI.WX" library is a /middle-level/ Haskell library for writing graphical
5 5 user interfaces. It is build on top the "Graphics.UI.WXCore" library, the core interface
6   -to the wxWindows library. The wxWindows functions are not explained here.
7   -Please look at the original wxWindows documentation at <http://www.wxwindows.org>
  6 +to the wxWidgets library. The wxWidgets functions are not explained here.
  7 +Please look at the original wxWidgets documentation at <http://www.wxwidgets.org>
  8 +
8 9
9 10 LICENSE:
10 11
11 12 The wxHaskell libraries are distributed under the wxWindows library license.
12 13 The documentation is subject to the wxWindows documentation license.
13 14
14   -See <http://www.wxwindows.org/newlicen.htm> for the legal description of the license.
  15 +See <http://www.wxwidgets.org/newlicen.htm> for the legal description of the license.
15 16
16 17 The wxWindows library license is essentially the L-GPL (Library General Public Licence),
17 18 with an exception stating that derived works in binary form may be distributed on the

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