A fast and simple fuzzy clock implementation in C
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README

INTRODUCTION
============

fuzzyclock is a simple program written in C to output the current time
in a "fuzzy format", i.e.: instead of outputting 4:17, it will write
out "quarter past four".

This program was written as an exercise for learning about the Check
testing framework and refreshing my (rather basic) autotools knowledge.


USAGE
=====

In the command line:

    fuzzyclock

You can also use the libfuzzyclock.a library in your software. Check
src/fuzzyclock.h for the exported functions.


BUILDING FROM GIT
=================

    autoreconf --install
    ./configure
    make


BUILDING FROM SOURCES
=====================

    ./configure
    make


RUNNING TESTS
=============

Note: Check (check.sourceforge.net) is required

    make check


INSTALLING
==========

To install the fuzzyclock binary only:

    make install-exec

For the full install, including the library:

    make install