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-## Time-stamp: <2012-07-12 11:37:08 vk>
+## Time-stamp: <2012-07-12 11:38:22 vk>
## This file is best viewed with GNU Emacs Org-mode: http://orgmode.org/
* How to install and set up Memacs
-1. *Obtain Memacs*
- - using one of github download mechanisms OR
- - use ~pip install memacs~ which handles dependencies
- - you might as well want to use [[http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv][virtualenv]] before
- - make sure that you have *Python v2.7* installed
-2. *Choose* the *modules* you want to use
- - read the files in the ~docs~ folder
-3. *Set up one module* after another
- - please do read ~docs/FAQs_and_Best_Practices.org~
- - it contains many tips and tricks on how to meet your
- requirements and on how to choose a reasonable setup
- - start the module of your choice with the argument ~--help~
- - modules are located in the ~bin~ sub-folder
- - for example: ~/memacs/bin % ./memacs_svn.py --help~
- - each module has some general arguments and module-specific arguments
- - you probably want to *develop and test a module invocation* in the
- command line and when it works:
- - set up a periodical invocation
- - read the ~Invocation~ section of ~docs/FAQs_and_Best_Practices.org~
+** *Obtain Memacs*
+
+- using one of github download mechanisms OR
+- use ~pip install memacs~ which handles dependencies
+ - you might as well want to use [[http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv][virtualenv]] before
+- make sure that you have *Python v2.7* installed
+
+** *Choose* the *modules* you want to use
+
+- read the files in the ~docs~ folder
+
+** *Set up one module* after another
+
+- please do read ~docs/FAQs_and_Best_Practices.org~
+ - it contains many tips and tricks on how to meet your
+ requirements and on how to choose a reasonable setup
+- start the module of your choice with the argument ~--help~
+ - modules are located in the ~bin~ sub-folder
+ - for example: ~/memacs/bin % ./memacs_svn.py --help~
+ - each module has some general arguments and module-specific arguments
+- you probably want to *develop and test a module invocation* in the
+ command line and when it works:
+- set up a periodical invocation
+ - read the ~Invocation~ section of ~docs/FAQs_and_Best_Practices.org~

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