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- Comix README -
-About
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Comix is a user-friendly, customizable image viewer. It is specifically
-designed to handle comic books, but also serves as a generic viewer. It reads
-images in ZIP, RAR or tar archives as well as plain image files. It is
-written in Python and uses GTK+ through the PyGTK bindings.
-
-
-Installation
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Run "python install.py install" as root to install Comix in /usr/local.
-To uninstall, simply run "python install.py uninstall".
-
-If you wish to install Comix in another base directory, use the --dir option.
-
-Example:
-
- # python install.py --dir /usr install
-
-If you have installed with --dir, do not forget to use the same option when
-uninstalling.
-
-There is another option, --no-mime, that can be used to tell install.py that
-it should not register new mime types for cbz, cbr and cbt archives, or
-install the thumbnail creation script for these files that is used by some
-file managers (such as Nautilus and Thunar).
-
-As an example of how to install Comix from the downloaded tar.gz file, run
-as the root user (via su or sudo):
-
- # tar -xzf comix-x.y.tar.gz
- # cd comix-x.y
- # python install.py install
-
-If you don't want to install Comix in some system directory, you can just
-execute the file src/comix.py in the unpacked Comix directory to run the
-program. You could also create a symlink somewhere in your PATH pointing to
-this file.
-
-
-Dependencies
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Comix needs Python 2.4, PyGTK 2.12 and PIL (Python Imaging Library) 1.1.5 or
-newer to function.
-
-To use the library you need pysqlite (which is usually included in the
-standard library for Python 2.5 and later).
-
-You also need the "unrar" or the "rar" program installed if you wish to read
-RAR (.cbr) archives.
-
-
-Credits
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Thanks to everyone who have contributed translations, suggestions, bug
-reports, fixes and donations!
-
-Icons with a filename starting with "gimp" are taken from The GIMP, and icons
-with a filename starting with "tango" are taken from the Tango Desktop Project.
-Most other icons are made by Victor Castillejo, creator of the GNOME-Colors
-icon theme.
-
-
-Contact
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Pontus Ekberg <herrekberg@users.sourceforge.net>
-http://comix.sourceforge.net
-
-Don't hesitate to contact me.
-
-
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Have a nice day.
+=== About =====================================================================
+
+ Comix is a user-friendly, customizable image viewer. It is specifically
+ designed to handle comic books, but also serves as a generic viewer. It
+ reads images in ZIP, RAR or tar archives as well as plain image files. It
+ is written in Python and uses GTK+ through the PyGTK bindings.
+
+=== Installation ==============================================================
+
+ Run "python install.py install" as root to install Comix in /usr/local.
+ To uninstall, simply run "python install.py uninstall".
+
+ If order to install Comix in another base directory, use the --dir option.
+
+ Example:
+
+ # python install.py --dir /usr install
+
+ If you have installed with --dir, do not forget to use the same option when
+ uninstalling.
+
+ There is another option, --no-mime, that can be used to tell install.py that
+ it should not register new mime types for cbz, cbr and cbt archives, or
+ install the thumbnail creation script for these files that is used by some
+ file managers (such as Nautilus and Thunar).
+
+ As an example of how to install Comix from the downloaded tar.gz file, run
+ as the root user (via su or sudo):
+
+ # tar -xzf comix-x.y.tar.gz
+ # cd comix-x.y
+ # python install.py install
+
+ If you don't want to install Comix in some system directory, you can just
+ execute the file src/comix.py in the unpacked Comix directory to run the
+ program. You could also create a symlink somewhere in your PATH pointing to
+ this file.
+
+=== Dependencies ==============================================================
+
+ Comix needs Python 2.4, PyGTK 2.12 and PIL (Python Imaging Library) 1.1.5 or
+ newer to function.
+
+ To use the library you need pysqlite (which is usually included in the
+ standard library for Python 2.5 and later).
+
+ You also need either the "unrar" or the "rar" program installed if you wish
+ to read RAR (.cbr) archives.
+
+=== Credits ===================================================================
+
+ Thanks to everyone who have contributed translations, suggestions, bug
+ reports, fixes and donations!
+
+ Icons with a filename starting with "gimp" are taken from The GIMP, and
+ icons with a filename starting with "tango" are taken from the Tango Desktop
+ Project. Most other icons are made by Victor Castillejo, creator of the
+ GNOME-Colors icon theme.
+
+=== Contact ===================================================================
+
+ Pontus Ekberg <herrekberg@users.sourceforge.net>
+ http://comix.sourceforge.net
+
+ Don't hesitate to contact me.
+
+===============================================================================
+
+ Have a nice day.

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