Requirements: To make use of Curo, you need to have: 1. psql (version 8.3 or later) 2. bash 3. dialog Installation: 1. Copy curo directory to your home directory as .curo 2. If your psql is using readline, add to your ~/.inputrc this line: $include ~/.curo/docs/readline.inputrc 3. If your psql is using libedit, copy ~/.curo/docs/libedit.editrc to your ~/.editrc 4. If you're unsure which library your psql is using, you can use: - ldd $( which psql ) - or just do both steps - #2 and #3 5. It's done. F1-F8 keys in psql now give you access to Curo functionality Curo content: In ~/.curo/ directory there are following elements: 1. docs directory - contains readline/libedit configuration files plus some documentation 2. k directory - contains sql scripts which will be called when you press f1-f8 keys while in psql 3. s directory - this is where curo sql and shell scripts reside 4. c directory - common scripts used by action scripts from /s/ Scripts in k/ directory are overwritten by curo itself when you change keybindings in setup screen, so changing them on your own is not good idea. Instead you can add scripts in s/ and then set curo to call your script on some f1-f8 keypress. Troubleshooting: While we do test Curo on our own, you might encounter problems that we didn't stumbled upon. In such case - contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help. License: Curo is distributed under The BSD 3-Clause license.