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I was waiting fo an official release of Gtk+ 3 binaries for windows in order to start a project in Vala that required them.

Not only did you package the whole thing, BUT you also bundled it with Vala AND provide a repository/package manager to properly manage libraries.

On that matter, I think that in addition to the source files, you should put your whole GPL-licensed ValaWinPKG project on a version control system with a public web interface and bug tracker, so that people may easily fork and/or contribute to your work. Github, sourceforge, or something that you host yourself. That really helps on the long term to manage bug reports, versions and contributions. Also, some documentation on the website about the repository system you use would be nice. But maybe all of this is planned :).

Anyway: thanks a lot!

(originally posted by Erwan)

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