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Add a little more information about installing.
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|+There is currently no installer, sorry. If somebody wants to take a|
|+crack at it, please go ahead.|
|This project is not intended to be installed on your system, but to be|
|-used as part of an application or project. Simply copy time64.c and|
|-time64.h into your project, compile them as part of your build process|
|-and include them instead of (or in addition to) time.h.|
|+used as part of an application or project. It is written to the POSIX|
|+time.h standard and should work with any ANSI C 89 compiler.|
|+This project consists of a few C and header files which should be copied|
|+and built like any other ANSI C code.|
|-It is written to the POSIX time.h standard and should work with any|
|-ANSI C 89 compiler.|
|+1) Copy time64.c, time64.h and time64_config.h into your C project.|
|+2) Tweak configuration values in time64_config.h.|
|+3) #include "time64.h" in your code and make use of the new functions|
|+ in place of time.h's.|
|+4) Build your C project normally.|