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|libxml2||2.7.8.win32||Daniel Veillard||The MIT Licence||http://www.xmlsoft.org|
|dojo||1.6||The Dojo Foundation||The 'New' BSD License:||http://www.dojotoolkit.org|
|libiconv||1.9.2.win32||Free Software Foundation||LGPL Version 2||http://www.alpha-bit.de/fileadmin/Downloads/Allgemein/libiconv-1.9.1.tar.gz||http://www.gnu.org/software/libiconv/|
|zlib||220.127.116.11||Jean-Loup Gailly (compression) and Mark Adler(decompression).||Zlib-Licence||http://www.zlib.net/|
|WinPcap||3.1 or higher||CACE Technologies, Davis, California, USA||Licence of WinPcap (BSD)||http://www.winpcap.org|
|BCG Toolbar||4||Stas Levin||BCG Toolbar Licence||http://codeguru.earthweb.com/cpp/controls/toolbar/customizingtoolbars/article.php/c2511/|
|ODBCClasses||18.104.22.168||Tom Archer||codeguru.com Submission Guidelines||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/data/mfc_database/dynamicdataaccess/article.php/c1103/Using-ODBC-to-Dynamically-Query-Your-Data-Stores.htm|
|LUA||5.1||Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil||The MIT Licence||http://www.lua.org|
|LuaXML||1.7.4||Gerald Franz, www.viremo.de||The MIT Licence||http://viremo.eludi.net/LuaXML/index.html|
|LuaSQLite3||0.8||Tiago Dionizio, Doug Currie||LuaSQLite3||http://lua.sqlite.org/|
|LuaExpat||1.1.0||The Kepler Project||The MIT Licence||http://luaforge.net/projects/luaexpat/|
|Expat||10. Januar 2006, 20:29:08||James Clark, Clark Cooper||The MIT Licence||http://www.libexpat.org/|
|lpack for Lua||29 Jun 2007 19:27:20||Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo||Public Domain||http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/~lhf/ftp/lua/#lpack|
|Ruby||1.8.6||Yukihiro Matsumoto||RUBY LICENSE||http://www.ruby-lang.org|
|Dundas Ultimate Toolbox||unknown||Dundas||Commercial||http://www.dundas.com|
|Siemens AG SR||unknown||Siemens AG||Commercial||http://www.siemens.com|
|CVMLIBpro||2.01||Jürgen Schade, SMART Electronic Development GmbH||Commercial||http://www.smart-gmbh.de/|
|IBM C/C++ Tools||1.2||IBM||Commercial||http://www.ibm.com/|
|Advantech||3.01||Advantech Corp. Ltd.||Commercial||http://www.advantech.com|
|OpcClientDll||1.1, 2.00, 4.00||SOFTIN-FES||Commercial||http://www.softing.com|
|SoftingOpcToolbox||1.1, 2.00, 4.00||Softing AG||Commercial||http://www.softing.com|
|Regexp-Klasse||unknown||University of Toronto, Henry Spencer, Guy Gascoigne et al.||Licence of Regexp-Class||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/cpp/string/regex/article.php/c2779|
|VerInfoLib||22.214.171.124||Denis Zabavchik||The Code Project Open License (CPOL) 1.02||http://www.codeproject.com/KB/library/VerInfoLib.aspx|
|MSVC Runtime Libraries||1.2||Microsoft||Commercial||http://www.microsoft.com|
|FindRuntimeClass function||unknown||Peter Luxem||codeguru.com Submission Guidelines||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/cpp/cpp_mfc/comments.php/c839/?thread=9322|
|BitmapToRegion function||unknown||Jean-Edouard Lachand-Robert (http://www.geocities.com/Paris/LeftBank/1160/resume.htm)||codeguru.com Submission Guidelines||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/g-m/bitmap/usingregions/article.php/c1751|
|CPSAPI class||1999-10-28||Lee, JaeKil||CPSAPI||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/w-p/system/processesmodules/article.php/c2873/Process--Module-Enumeration-Class.htm|
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|CSingleInstance class||unknown||Kevin Lussier, extended by alpha-bit||codeguru.com Submission Guidelines||http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/misc/misc/article.php/c299|
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|CSplitterBar class||unknown||Yurong Lin||codeguru.com Submission Guidelines||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/w-d/splitter/article.php/c1555|
|CdrvLib||unknown||Egberto Willies||Commercial||http://www.wcscnet.com/||UNCONFIRMED, TODO:|
haben wir das nicht zurückgegeben???
|CHistoryEdit||unknown||Ravi Bhavnani||codeguru.com Submission Guidelines||http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/controls/editctrl/article.php/c533|
|expat||unknown, used by Softing OPC-Toolbox||James Clark, Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd.||The MIT Licence||http://www.libexpat.org/|
|uuid.rb||2.0.1||Assaf Arkin, Eric Hodel||The MIT Licence||http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/uuid/|
|XceedZip||Xceed Software Inc.||Commercial|
|ObjectBrowser DLL||12.03.2001: Initial release||Frank Boettger||ObjectBrowser DLL Licence||http://www.codeproject.com/script/Articles/ViewDownloads.aspx?aid=998|
|WIBU KEY||5.00||WIBU Systems||Commercial||http://wibu.com|
|WIBU CodeMeter||5.00||WIBU Systems||Commercial||http://wibu.com|
|Hauppauge HCW||Hauppauge Computer Works, Inc||Commercial|
|CPerfMon class||Mike Ryan||CPerfMon class||http://www.codexia.com|
|LUCA||Langner Gesellschaft fuer Datentechnik||Commercial|
|XMessageBox||1.10||Hans Dietrich||The Code Project Open License (CPOL) 1.02||http://www.codeproject.com/KB/dialog/xmessagebox.aspx|
|cJSON||2011-10-10||Dave Gamble||The MIT Licence||http://cjson.sourceforge.net/|
|3-Heights(TM) PDF Viewer API||2.0||PDF Tools AG||Commercial||http://www.pdf-tools.com|
|DirectShow sample code||Microsoft||Microsoft Developer Services Agreement||http://msdn.microsoft.com/|
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|NLog||4.2.3||Jaroslaw Kowalski, Kim Christensen, Julian Verdurmen||NLog License (BSD)||http://nlog-project.org/|
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