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Stoq ==== Stoq's homepage is located at: http://www.stoq.com.br/ You can fetch the latest source code from github: $ git clone http://github.com/stoq/stoq.git If you have any enhancements or bug reports, please fill them in Async's bugzilla: http://bugs.async.com.br/ Please select the product name Stoq Requirements ============ Gtk+ >= 3.10 Gudev >= 204 Kiwi >= 3.0.1 Mako >= 0.2.5 PostgresSQL >= 9.6 PyGtk >= 2.20 PySerial >= 2.1 Python >= 3.4 Python Cairo = 1.8.2 Python Dateutil >= 1.4.1 Pythin Inotify >= 0.9.2 Python Poppler 0.24 Python Twisted >= 10.0 Python XLWT >= 1.2.0 Python Imaging Library (PIL) >= 1.1.5 PyWebkitGtk = (1, 1, 7) Psycopg >= 2.0.5 Reportlab >= 2.4 Stoqdrivers >= 1.4.1 Storm >= 0.19 Zope.interface >= 3.0 WeasyPrint >= 0.15 Running Stoq ================ The main script to run Stoq can be found in the bin directory, you can just run it: $ bin/stoq And if you're missing any dependencies it will show you so. For complete instructions on how to install all dependencies and setting up a database so you can test Stoq, look at the wiki: http://wiki.stoq.com.br/index.php/Getting_started (English) http://wiki.stoq.com.br/index.php/Come%C3%A7ando (Português) New Versions ============ New versions of Stoq can be found at: http://www.stoq.com.br/ A list of new features in each release can be found here (portuguese only): http://www.stoq.com.br/novidades/ Mailing list ============ There is two mailing lists for Stoq. You can subscribe to them through the web interface at: http://www.async.com.br/mailman/listinfo/stoq-users http://www.async.com.br/mailman/listinfo/stoq-devel Copyright Information ===================== Stoq itself is covered by the GNU General Public License (version 2.0, or if you choose, a later version). Basically just don't say you wrote bits you didn't. However, some parts of it are covered under different licesenses, see: docs/copyright for more information