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+Bruno Widmann <bwidmann@tks.fh-sbg.ac.at>
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+Todd Kulesza 
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+Christoph Toshok (toshok@hungry.com) - added FreeBSD support
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+Szabolcs Ban (Shooby) <shooby@mate.hu>
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+MATE-Applets Maintainers:
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+
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+Callum McKenzie
  4
+Email: callum@spooky-possum.org
  5
+Userid: callum
  6
+
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+Ryan Lortie
  8
+Email: desrt@desrt.ca
  9
+Userid: ryanl
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+
  11
+CPUFreq Maintainer:
  12
+
  13
+Carlos Garcia Campos
  14
+Email: carlosgc@gnome.org
  15
+Userid: carlosgc
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+
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+GSwitchIt Maintainer:
  18
+
  19
+Sergey Udaltsov
  20
+Email: svu@gnome.org
  21
+Userid: svu
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+
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+Mixer Maintainer:
  24
+
  25
+Ronald S. Bultje
  26
+
  27
+Email: rbultje@ronald.bitfreak.net
  28
+Userid: rbultje
  29
+
  30
+Invest Applet Maintainer:
  31
+
  32
+Enrico Minack
  33
+Email: enrico-minack@gmx.de
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+Userid: eminack
  35
+
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+
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+gtop_applets = multiload
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+if BUILD_GTOP_APPLETS
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+gtop_SUBDIRS = $(gtop_applets)
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+endif
  6
+
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+libmateweather_applets = \
  8
+	mateweather
  9
+if BUILD_LIBMATEWEATHER_APPLETS
  10
+libmateweather_SUBDIRS = $(libmateweather_applets)
  11
+endif
  12
+
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+modemlights_applets = \
  14
+	modemlights
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+if APPLET_MODEMLIGHTS
  16
+modemlights_SUBDIRS = $(modemlights_applets)
  17
+endif
  18
+
  19
+if BUILD_BATTSTAT_APPLET
  20
+battstat_SUBDIR = battstat
  21
+endif
  22
+
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+if APPLET_ACCESSX
  24
+accessx_status_SUBDIR = accessx-status
  25
+endif
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+
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+if BUILD_CPUFREQ_APPLET
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+cpufreq_SUBDIR = cpufreq
  29
+endif
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+
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+if BUILD_INVEST_APPLET
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+invest_applet_SUBDIR = invest-applet
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+endif
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+
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+if BUILD_MIXER_APPLET
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+mixer_applet_SUBDIR = mixer
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+endif
  38
+
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+always_built_SUBDIRS =  \
  40
+	charpick	\
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+	drivemount	\
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+	geyes		\
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+	mini-commander	\
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+	gkb-new		\
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+	stickynotes	\
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+	trashapplet	\
  47
+	null_applet
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+
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+SUBDIRS = \
  50
+	po			\
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+	$(always_built_SUBDIRS)	\
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+	$(modemlights_SUBDIRS)	\
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+	$(gtop_SUBDIRS)		\
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+	$(libmateweather_SUBDIRS)	\
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+	$(vfs_SUBDIRS)		\
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+	$(battstat_SUBDIR)	\
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+	$(accessx_status_SUBDIR)\
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+	$(invest_applet_SUBDIR)	\
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+	$(cpufreq_SUBDIR) \
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+	$(mixer_applet_SUBDIR)
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+
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+DIST_SUBDIRS = \
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+	po		\
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+	modemlights	\
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+	drivemount	\
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+	charpick	\
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+	geyes		\
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+	mini-commander	\
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+	gkb-new		\
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+	battstat	\
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+	multiload	\
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+	mateweather 	\
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+	man		\
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+	accessx-status	\
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+	stickynotes	\
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+	gswitchit	\
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+	trashapplet	\
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+	cpufreq		\
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+	invest-applet	\
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+	mixer 		\
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+	null_applet
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+
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+EXTRA_DIST = \
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+	MAINTAINERS			\
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+	m4/ac-define-dir.m4		\
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+	COPYING-DOCS			\
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+	mate-applets.spec.in		\
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+	mate-applets.spec		\
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+	intltool-update.in		\
  90
+	intltool-extract.in		\
  91
+	intltool-merge.in		\
  92
+	xmldocs.make			\
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+	omf.make			\
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+	mate-doc-utils.make
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+
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+DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS =	\
  97
+	--disable-scrollkeeper \
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+	--enable-mini-commander \
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+	--enable-mixer-applet
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+
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+# We build the ChangeLog from the git log
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+ChangeLog:
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+	@if test -f $(top_srcdir)/.git/HEAD; then \
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+		git log --stat --no-color --since=2009-05-23 > $@; \
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+	fi
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+
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+dist: ChangeLog
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+
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+# Make sure the ChangeLog is updated every time
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+.PHONY: ChangeLog
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+
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+# hack from sound-juicer to get around scrollkeeper's leaving a big
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+# mess behind.
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+distuninstallcheck_listfiles = 	\
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+        find -regex '.*/var/scrollkeeper/.*' -prune -or -type f -print
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+
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+ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I m4
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+
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+DISTCLEANFILES = intltool-extract	\
  120
+		 intltool-merge		\
  121
+		 intltool-update	\
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+		 mate-doc-utils.make
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+
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+-include $(top_srcdir)/git.mk
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+MATE-Applets
  2
+=============
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+
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+This package contains applets for use with the MATE panel.  Therefore, it
  5
+requires mate-core to be installed.  To build all applets additional
  6
+libraries may be needed.
  7
+
  8
+This list is by no means definitive.
  9
+
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+
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+Requirements
  12
+------------
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+
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+You need at least:
  15
+
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+    mate-panel-2.10.0
  17
+    gail-1.8.0
  18
+    gtk+-2.6.0
  19
+    glib-2.6.0
  20
+    libmate-2.8.0
  21
+    mate-vfs-2.8.0
  22
+    mateconf-2.8.0
  23
+    scroll-keeper-0.1.4
  24
+    libglade-2.4.0
  25
+    libxklavier-1.13
  26
+    libwnck-2.10.0
  27
+    system-tools-backends-1.1.3
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+    libgtop-2.12.0
  29
+
  30
+Some extras that improve functionality:
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+
  32
+    libmatenotify-0.0.1
  33
+    dbus-0.34
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+    hal-0.5.3
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+
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+
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+Mailing List
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+------------
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+
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+The mailing list for MATE-Applets is mate-utils-list@gnome.org
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+
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+
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+Contributing to MATE-Applets
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+-----------------------------
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+
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+Read the HACKING file
  47
+
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+
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+Reporting Bugs
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+--------------
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+
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+Bugs should be reported via Bugzilla <http://bugzilla.mate.org/>. The product
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+is `mate-applets'.
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+Calum Benson <calum.benson@sun.com>
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+Bill Haneman <bill.haneman@sun.com>
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+		  GNU LIBRARY GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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+		       Version 2, June 1991
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+ Copyright (C) 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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+    		    59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
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+ Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
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+ of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
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+
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+[This is the first released version of the library GPL.  It is
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+ numbered 2 because it goes with version 2 of the ordinary GPL.]
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+
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+			    Preamble
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+  The licenses for most software are designed to take away your
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+freedom to share and change it.  By contrast, the GNU General Public
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+Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change
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+free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users.
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+
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+  This license, the Library General Public License, applies to some
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+specially designated Free Software Foundation software, and to any
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+other libraries whose authors decide to use it.  You can use it for
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+your libraries, too.
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+
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+  When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not
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+price.  Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you
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+have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for
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