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README
0. BUILDING AND INSTALLATION (Briefly)

$ ./configure
$ make
$ make verify   # (optional)
$ sudo make install

1. BUILDING AND INSTALLATION (In Depth)

To build libevent, type

$ ./configure && make

     (If you got libevent from the git repository, you will
      first need to run the included "autogen.sh" script in order to
      generate the configure script.)

You can run the regression tests by running

$ make verify

Install as root via

# make install

Before, reporting any problems, please run the regression tests.

To enable the low-level tracing build the library as:

   CFLAGS=-DUSE_DEBUG ./configure [...]

Standard configure flags should work.  In particular, see:

   --disable-shared          Only build static libraries
   --prefix                  Install all files relative to this directory.


The configure script also supports the following flags:

   --enable-gcc-warnings     Enable extra compiler checking with GCC.
   --disable-malloc-replacement
                             Don't let applications replace our memory
                             management functions
   --disable-openssl         Disable support for OpenSSL encryption.
   --disable-thread-support  Don't support multithreaded environments.

2. USEFUL LINKS:

For the latest released version of Libevent, see the official website at
http://monkey.org/~provos/libevent/ .

There's a pretty good work-in-progress manual up at
   http://www.wangafu.net/~nickm/libevent-book/ .

For the latest development versions of Libevent, access our Git repository
via
   "git clone git://levent.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/levent/libevent"

You can browse the git repository online at
http://levent.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb-index.cgi .

To report bugs, request features, or submit patches to Libevent,
use the Sourceforge trackers at
https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=50884 .

There's also a libevent-users mailing list for talking about Libevent
use and development: http://archives.seul.org/libevent/users/

3. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The following people have helped with suggestions, ideas, code or
fixing bugs:

  Alejo
  Weston Andros Adamson
  William Ahern
  Ivan Andropov
  Avi Bab
  Gilad Benjamini
  Stas Bekman
  Joachim Bauch
  Denis Bilenko
  Julien Blache
  Kevin Bowling
  Tomash Brechko
  Kelly Brock
  Ralph Castain
  Shuo Chen
  Ka-Hing Cheung
  Andrew Danforth
  Christopher Davis
  Mike Davis
  Mihai Draghicioiu
  Mark Ellzey
  Shie Erlich
  Christophe Fillot
  Alexander von Gernler
  Artur Grabowski
  Dave Hart
  Michael Herf
  Sebastian Hahn
  Aaron Hopkins
  Tani Hosokawa
  Claudio Jeker
  Evan Jones
  Phua Keat
  Kevin Ko
  Brian Koehmstedt
  Marko Kreen
  Valery Kyholodov
  Scott Lamb
  Christopher Layne
  Adam Langley
  Philip Lewis
  Zhou Li
  David Libenzi
  Yan Lin
  Moshe Litvin
  Hagne Mahre
  Lubomir Marinov
  Nick Mathewson
  James Mansion
  Nicholas Marriott
  Andrey Matveev
  Caitlin Mercer
  Dagobert Michelsen
  Mansour Moufid
  Felix Nawothnig
  Trond Norbye
  Linus Nordberg
  Richard Nyberg
  Jon Oberheide
  Phil Oleson
  Dave Pacheco
  Tassilo von Parseval
  Simon Perreault
  Pierre Phaneuf
  Ryan Phillips
  Dimitre Piskyulev
  Pavel Plesov
  Jon Poland
  Robert Ransom
  Bert JW Regeer
  Peter Rosin
  Hanna Schroeter
  Ralf Schmitt
  Mike Smellie
  Kevin Springborn
  Harlan Stenn
  Ferenc Szalai
  Dug Song
  Dongsheng Song
  Brodie Thiesfield
  Jason Toffaletti
  Bas Verhoeven
  Constantine Verutin
  Zack Weinberg
  Jardel Weyrich
  Taral
  propanbutan
  mmadia

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