When an executable is compiled statically (that is, it includes the libraries .DLL in itself), it's also a binary release of those libraries. In such case they may require to be distributed along with the source code (for example, this is the case if the library is licensed under the GNU GPL). Thus, here's the source code for all libraries used in compiling FreeDink and DFArc2.1.
cross-tools.tar.gz contains all the dependencies I
cross-compiled. Extract it in
use it as a cross-compilation environment too!