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About Quicksilver Plugins on Github

This repository contains the current source code of a the Quicksilver Plugin / Module. If you're having issues with this plugin, feel free to log them at the Quicksilver issue tracker.

Always be sure to check the Google Groups first incase there's a solution to your problem, as well as the Wiki.

Before You Try It Out

Before trying out any of these plugins, it's always a good idea to BACKUP all of your Quicksilver data.

This is easily done by backing up the following locations (~ stands for your home directory, a.k.a. /Users/you):

~/Library/Application Support/Quicksilver

Before Building

Before being able to build any of these plugins, you MUST download and build the Quicksilver source code. This will create some files you need in /tmp/QS. Note that to build a plug-in using its Debug configuration, you must first build Quicksilver using the Debug configuration.

For some plugins to compile correctly a source tree must also be set for QS_SOURCE_ROOT that points to the location of the Quicksilver source you've downloaded onto your local machine.

Setting Name: QS_SOURCE_ROOT
Display Name: a suitable name, e.g. Quicksilver source code root
Path: /Users/<user>/<path to Quicksilver source code>

See the wiki for more information on Building Quicksilver.

Also check out the Quicksilver Plugins Development Reference, especially the Building and Testing section.

Legal Stuff

By downloading and/or using this software you agree to the following terms of use:

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this software except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

Which basically means: whatever you do, I can't be held accountable if something breaks.

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