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  ---- Hackable service state management
       for your OSX development environment.

  Synopsis
  --------
  Amp starts, stops, restarts and reloads configured services independent from
  init.d or any other operating system specific service management daemon. Amp
  is hackable in that it lets you directly add and manipulate services and their
  options without needing to deal with elaborate syntaxes of sophisticated
  service managment systems.

  Copyright & License
  -------------------
  Amp is Copyright (c) 2012 David Persson if not otherwise stated.
  The code is distributed under the terms of the MIT License. For
  the full license text see the LICENSE file.

  Versions & Requirements
  -----------------------
  0.5.0 (in progress)

  The BASH (Bourne-Again SHell) is required. Amp is continously
  tested with recent BASH versions on Darwin.

  Installation
  ------------
  1. Clone the repository or extract a downloaded archive, then switch
     into the resulting directory.

  2. Create the configuration directory:
     $ mkdir $HOME/.amp

  3. Install example service configurations:
     $ cp -r contrib/services $HOME/.amp/

  4. Install the command into your path:
     $ cp amp.sh /usr/local/bin/

  Example Services
  ----------------
  You can find ready-to-use service configurations in the
  "contrib/services" subdirectory.