Combining licenses (GPL v3, Apache Licence 1, 2.1)

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Develop a few GPL v3 projects, the question arose about their distribution, together they need to work with libraries:

1) "IPB3 Toolkit" — an Ant script for automation of all steps in the development of modifications (applications, hooks, skins, etc.) to IPB3. For proper operation it requires a svnant and the required libraries (Apache Licence the Apache Licence 1 and 2.1).

Question: is it Possible to extend the "IPB3 Toolkit" along with these libraries? (putting them in the lib directory and adding the texts of the licenses)

2) "TinyIPB" — integration of TinyMCE (LGPL) in IPB. The project consists of a plugin to TinyMCE, which implements the desired functionality.

Question: How is better (and more correct) to distribute and under what license? (this assumes that the plugin is under GPL v3)
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Which license was granted by the author under a and put.
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Apache Licence 2.1? 2.0 is kind of like the last...
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1.1 is incompatible with what 2.0 is compatible with GPLv3
\rwww.apache.org/licenses/GPL-compatibility.html:
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Apache 2 software can therefore be included in GPLv3 projects
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For use IB3 Toolkit will have to use SVN?
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