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LICENSE
NEWS
README
README.koi8
TODO
classes.cpp
data.h
exefn.cpp
lexfn.cpp
lexfn.h
makefile
mse.cpp
mse.h
mse.ru.tex
mse.texi
test.in
test.mse
test.smp

README

Basic Installation
==================
You need C++ compiler only to build the program.

The simplest way to compile this program is:

  1. Edit makefile to set correct BINDIR for your system.

  2. Type `make' to compile the program.

  3. Optionally, type `make test' to run a self-test that comes with
     the package.

  4. Type `make install' to install the program (install documentation 
     manually).

  5. Type `make doc' to create the documentation in both html and pdf
     formats.

  6. Type `make html' to create only `mse.html' documentation.  This step
     uses `tex2html' utility.  See https://litwr2.github.io/mse.html

  7. Type `make pdf' to create only `mse.pdf' documentation.  This step
     uses `texi2pdf' utility of Texinfo package.
     See http://litwr2.atspace.eu/mse.pdf

  8. If you need to generate the documentation in Russian look at README
     in Russian for more information.
     See http://litwr2.atspace.eu/mse1.ru.pdf


A NOTE ON USAGE
===============
You may use mse with the same filename for input and output.


BUGS, SUGGESTIONS, ETC.
-----------------------
   Please write me if you have trouble running mse, or if you have 
suggestions or patches.

	Vladimir Lidovski
	litwr@yandex.ru
	http://litwr2.atspace.eu


COPYRIGHT/LICENSE
-----------------
   All source code is Copyright (C) 2002 Lidovski Vladimir

   This program is distributed under the GNU General Public License, Version
2, or, at your discretion, any later version. The GNU General Public License
is available via the Web at <http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html>. The GPL
is designed to allow you to alter and redistribute the package, as long as
you do not remove that freedom from others.