I have TC compiling successfully on Windows. I'll get a binary up soon. There are a bunch of prerequisites to get it working, some freely available and some not. I was going to include everything I could (the freely available/licensed) within our codebase for ease-of-use. I was wondering if everyone else felt the same. My proposal: -The original TrueCrypt 7.1a archives (the tar.gz and the .zip) are located in `/OriginalSources/`. -The truecrypt-hashes.asc file is also in there, along with a short text file proving the verification. -The three RSA PKS header files are in `/Pkcs11/` -gzip.exe and dd.exe from the GnuWin32 project are included in `/GnuWin32/` How does this sound for including this stuff in our distribution? Or should we leave it for others to obtain? I'm writing Windows compilation instructions on the wiki. I wanted to included Microsoft Visual C++ 1.52c, however, I don't think the license would allow it. I can't find details on the license though (there's no LICENSE file in the zip). It's from 1993, so I doubt Microsoft would pursue a lawsuit. However, I wouldn't want to include anything questionable.