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BeautifulSoup.py
README
UnicodeReader.py
app_info.py
appdailysales.py
apps_update.py
currencies.key
currency.py
event_dialog.py
glass.wav
key.icns
key.ico
mainframe.py
plot_panel.py
popularity_list.py
products_list.py
pyDes.py
result_event.py
reviews_list.py
sales_list.py
sales_period.py
salesgraph.icns
salesgraph.ico
salesgraph.py
settings.py
settings_dialog.py
setup_mac.py
setup_win.py
start_salesgraph.bat
wxmpl.py

README

AppSalesGraph - LGPL software to graph the sales of your iPhone App Store products
Max Klein: maximusklein@gmail.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/maxklein
Website: http://www.CubeOfM.com/salesgraph/

Running on windows
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Visit the website (http://www.CubeOfM.com/salesgraph/) and download the prepackaged and precompiled version

Running on mac
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Visit the website (http://www.CubeOfM.com/salesgraph/) and download the prepackaged and precompiled version

Compiling on Mac
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* Install Python on your Mac if necessary. The default python that comes with mac does not let numpy install, so better off installing it yourself. Get from python.org
* Install Eclipse
* Install PyDev for Eclipse
* Import the project into Eclipse
* Start off by installing numpy. If it does not install, then get and install the official python and don't use the apple one
* Then download matplotlib. Be sure to expand the files and search for dmg otherwise your will waste your time
* Download and install wxPython
* All this stuff will be using your new python, and eclipse is likely using the default python. Open eclipse and go select the new python you installed at a location like /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/bin


Compiling on Windows
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* Install Eclipse and Pydev
* Import Project
* Install matplotlib
* Install wxPython
* Run