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Desktop Photo Management software built on top of the Gnome platform, F-Spot
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Merge pull request #27 from gitter-badger/gitter-badge

Add a Gitter chat link to README
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build [Build] Clean up build files a bit
data Fixed typos.
docs Remove docs directory
external Remove XWT
help Fix broken tags in Slovenian help translation
icons Base rating widget on Hyena RatingEntry
lib Bump everything to .NET 4.5
po Update the POTFILES.skip file locations and remove old files
src Fix some warnings and code cleanup
tests Clean up a bunch of references and split out the unit tests
tools What a mess. Sorry everyone.
.gitattributes Add initial Monodevelop support.
.gitignore [Build] Clean up build files a bit
.gitmodules Remove XWT
.travis.yml [Build] Have apply the patch
COPYING Change license to MIT X11.
COPYING.txt [xbuild] Making make install work
F-Spot.sln Remove some redundant folders and clean up code
HACKING Fix minor typo in HACKING file
MAINTAINERS Update README and added myself to MAINTAINERS Clean up the a bit
Makefile.include Clean-up build
README Added Gitter link
TODO Nuke obsolete TODO list.
acinclude.m4 fix aclocal warning: [Build] Fix typo [Build] Clean up build files a bit
external.patch Fix external.patch
f-spot.doap Some more cleanup and updated f-spot.doap remove empty default tags from schemas file
icon-theme-installer What a mess. Sorry everyone.


F-Spot Photo Manager


	- GNOME development libraries 2.4 or later,

	- Mono 2.2 or later,

	- gtk-sharp 2.12.2 or later,

	- Sqlite 2.8.6 or later

	- liblcms 1.12 or later,

	- hicolor-icon-theme 0.10 or later,

	- taglib-sharp or later,

	- dbus-sharp 0.7 or later,

	- dbus-sharp-glib 0.5 or later,

To compile, just go through the normal autogen/configure stuff and
then make install.

To launch F-Spot, run $(prefix)/bin/f-spot.

With MonoDevelop:
  If you want to use MonoDevelop to build and run F-Spot here are notes about that process.

	There are a few steps you have to run before you can open MonoDevelop:
		1.  sh (on ubuntu you have to do ./
		2.  cd build; make
		3.  cd lib/libfspot; make
		4.  sudo make install (this will install the files)

	The hyena patch is just a temporary fix for now. This will no longer be needed
	when we switch to hyena master which is based on gtk-sharp3.

	This will build a couple tools in ./build that are needed to build the projects
	in ./lib.  Unfortunately, the f-spot.exe.config file points to whatever prefix
	you gave during 'sh'.  You could copy the files from 
	./lib/libfspot/.libs to ./bin and edit f-spot.exe.config, but it'll get
	overwritten with each build.

	Once these two directories are built you can now open monodevelop and build
	and run f-spot from there.

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