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=====  Short Instructions  =====

$ sudo apt-get install python-yaml python-webkit python-chardet
$ python rednotebook/journal.py




===== Detailed Instructions =====

There are many packages available for different distributions, so you might
want to check the Downloads page first.

It is recommended to install the distribution's appropriate package,
but of course sometimes you want to try out the bleeding edge, hot new stuff.

In order to not mess with your distribution's package system, you might
want to just **run the program, without installing it**.

==== REQUIREMENTS ====
  - Python (2.5/2.6) (www.python.org)
  - PyYaml (>=3.05) (www.pyyaml.org)
  - PyGTK (>=2.13) (www.pygtk.org)

  - OPTIONALLY:
    - pywebkitgtk (>=1.1.5) (http://code.google.com/p/pywebkitgtk/)
      Used for a nicer preview and PDF export
    - python-chardet (http://chardet.feedparser.org)
      Better recognition of file encodings

    === Ubuntu/Debian ===
    sudo apt-get install python-yaml python-webkit

    === Fedora ===
    yum install python-devel PyYAML pywebkitgtk


==== INSTALL ====
Run 'sudo python setup.py install'
(installs into path-to-python/site-packages/)


==== RUN ====
After installing you can run the command "rednotebook" in any shell.
You should also find a menu entry for RedNotebook under "Office".

(Running without installing: Run "python rednotebook/journal.py")



===== THANKS =====

  - The authors of the programs listed under 'requirements'. Remember that
            without them, RedNotebook would not be possible
  - Everaldo Coelho (www.everaldo.com) for the excellent icon
  - The txt2tags team (http://txt2tags.sf.net) for their super cool markup tool
  - Gustavo J. A. M. Carneiro for his htmltextview.py module used by the clouds
  - The people behind the Tango Icon Project and the creators of the Human Theme
            Their work can be downloaded from http://tango.freedesktop.org/
  - Matt Rasmussen and his KeepNote project (http://rasm.ods.org/keepnote/).
            RedNotebook uses his work on displaying HTML content
            in a PyGTK application for the preview.
  - Ahmet Öztürk and Lifeograph for his markup highlighting idea
  - Hannes Matuschek: RedNotebook uses pygtkcodebuffer for the markup
            highlighting


Enjoy!