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NUTRITIONAL FACTS
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ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
# apt-get install git-core python python-qt4
Python 2.4 or newer
~ http://python.org/
PyQt 4.1 or newer
~ http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/software/pyqt/download
ADDITIVES
# apt-get install python-pyinotify
pyinotify >= 0.7.1 enables inotify support on Linux
~ http://pyinotify.sourceforge.net/
BREWING INSTRUCTIONS
# apt-get install pyqt4-dev-tools
Normally you can just do "make install" to install git-cola
in your $HOME directory ($HOME/bin, $HOME/lib, etc).
If you want to do a global install you can do
# make prefix=/usr install
The "install" target will by default include copies of
simplejson and jsonpickle. If your system already has these
modules installed then you can specify standalone=true when running "make":
$ make prefix=/usr standalone=true install
You don't need to install cola to run it.
git-cola is designed to run directly out of its source tree.
$ make
$ bin/git-cola
$ bin/git-dag
MAC OS X INSTALLTION INSTRUCTIONS
Whether you install cola yourself with "make install" or
use the "git-cola.app" bundle, you will need to install
Qt and PyQt separately.
The easiest way to do this is to use brew.
~ http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/
$ brew install git-cola
Once brew has installed git-cola (and its dependencies) you use
git-cola.app or install from source using "make install".
Installing these packages also gives you a PyQt development
environment which can be used for building your own applications
or hacking on cola itself.
WINDOWS INSTALLATION
Download the latest stable Git, Python 2.6, and Py26-PyQt4 installers
http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/
http://python.org/download/
http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/software/pyqt/download
Download the latest git-cola-[version].exe Windows installer
https://github.com/git-cola/git-cola/downloads
Once it's installed you can run it from the Start menu or
from a Git Bash by typing 'cola'.
If you're developing cola on Windows you can run cola out of its source
tree by using the 'win32/cola' shell script.
$ /c/Python26/python setup.py build
$ win32/cola
Note: win32/cola assumes you've installed Python in /c/Python26 or /c/Python25.
Adjust accordingly.
You can also add python to your path and run bin/git-cola directly.
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