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README

 KrKit - mod_perl 2.0 application development libraries
 ======================================================

 Copyright (c) 1999-2010 Nicholas Studt / Ron Andrews. All rights reserved.

 You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
 License or the Artistic License, as specified in the Perl README file.

 Overview
 --------

 KrKit is primarily a web application development library. It contains
 simplified database connectivity, user authorization and
 authentication, a template system, a help system, inherited method
 handlers to simplify development, and much more. 

 The single biggest strength of this development library is that unlike
 most other environments is that the developer can use or discard the
 portions that they need. Every library is easy to Superclass or simple
 discard as you, the developer, see fit. While these libraries work in
 the situations we have encountered, yours may be different, and your
 development environment shouldn't work against you.

 The Latest Version
 ------------------

 The latest version can be found on the KrKit project site at

 	http://code.nicholasstudt.com/


 Installation
 ------------

 Before installing this library be sure to have the following modules
 installed:

	DBI
	Date::Calc
	Net::SMTP

	mod_perl 2
	libapreq2

 To install this module type the following:

   perl Build.PL
   ./Build
   ./Build test
   ./Build install

 Contributers
 ------------
 
 Nicholas Studt <nicholas@nicholasstudt.com>    http://www.nicholasstudt.com
 Ron Andrews    <ron.andrews@cognilogic.net>    http://turtle.cognilogic.net

 Paul Espinosa  <akson@ericius.com>             http://www.ericius.com
 D. Hageman     <dhageman@dracken.com> 
 Frank Wiles    <frank@wiles.org>               http://www.wiles.org