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README for Omikuji ============================== Jason J.A. Stephenson <firstname.lastname@example.org> v0.0, 11 April 2012: README revised for autoconfiscation Omikuji is meant as a replacement for the fortune and strfile programs. Omikuji consists of two programs: omikuji and omifile. Omifile parses a delimited text file, the same format used by the traditional strfile and fortune, and produces a binary file. This binary file is composed of a header, two indexes, and the textual entries from the input file. The header includes a single byte version field so up to 256 variations of the file format can be created (if necessary). The first releases of omikuji support the zeroth version of the file. (Major versions of omikuji will be incremented as new file formats are created.) For more information on the file formats supported by omikuji and omifile, see the accompanying file Format.rtf. Omikuji reads the file output by omifile and uses the information in the header and indexes to look up and display a ``fortune.'' Omikuji and omifile have the advantage of using UTF-8 internally to store the fortunes. This means that fortunes can be processed and displayed in any character set support by Glib-2.0. By default, omikuji and omifile will convert to and from the default character set of the current locale when run with options. There are man pages for omikuji and omifile included with this distribution. Installation ------------ Omikuji uses the GNU autotools for installation. If you see a file called `configure` in your distribution directory, then simply run it with appropriate options. See the file `INSTALL` for more information. If you don't see the `configure` script, then you likely got this package via git. Simply run `autoreconf -i` to generate `configure` and the other necessary files. Omikuji currently depends on Glib-2.0. The binaries will not build unless Glib-2.0 is installed. License ------- Omikuji is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3, or later. Details can be found in the file COPYING that should accompany this distribution.