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General Information
===================

This is the version @PACKAGE_VERSION@ of LaTeXila.
LaTeXila is an Integrated LaTeX Environment for the GNOME desktop.

LaTeXila is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3 or
later, see the file "COPYING" for more information.

The web site:

    https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/LaTeXila


Requirements
============

GLib >= @GLIB_REQUIRED_VERSION@
GTK+ >= @GTK_REQUIRED_VERSION@
GtkSourceView >= @GTKSOURCEVIEW_REQUIRED_VERSION@
GtkSpell >= @GTKSPELL_REQUIRED_VERSION@
gee-0.8 >= @GEE_REQUIRED_VERSION@
gettext
gsettings-desktop-schemas
Latexmk >= 4.31 (optional, but strongly recommended)

And for building the sources:
Vala >= @VALA_REQUIRED_VERSION@ (may be optional)
yelp-tools

If you are installing LaTeXila from a tarball, you don't have to install Vala
because the C code is already generated.


Installation
============

From a tarball:
$ ./configure

From a git repository:
$ ./autogen.sh

Then build the sources:
$ make

And install everything:
[ Become root if necessary ]
$ make install

To uninstall:
$ make uninstall

See the file "INSTALL" for more details.


Where to report bugs
====================

Bugs should be reported on the GNOME bugzilla:

    https://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=latexila


Translations
============

LaTeXila uses ITS Tool for translating XML files. This is used for the
documentation (in Mallard), the build tools and the templates.

Here is a summary page about the translation status of LaTeXila:

    http://l10n.gnome.org/module/latexila/

If you want to help, see the "How Tos" section of this page:

    https://wiki.gnome.org/TranslationProject

For translating the letter template (which require to translate it in one big
block), there is a helper script in data/templates/tex2po.sh, so you can write
the letter in a .tex file, with syntaxic color, etc.