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                             README

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 1. Compiling and running
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For the impatient:

	$ ./configure
	$ make

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 2. Installing
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Really? That's your GNU/Linux distribution's job, but if you insist:

	# make install

will bludgeon its way into the proper places on the system. If you need to set
the prefix to something else, use the configure script. You can likewise
specify a temporary build directory to compose the installation image, perhaps:

	$ ./configure prefix=/usr

On Debian based distributions (like Ubuntu), you'll probably want to do
something like that:

	$ ./configure prefix=/usr libdir=/usr/lib/jni jardir=/usr/share/java

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 3. Prerequisites
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GNOME Split is written in Java and uses:

* **java-gnome**  
  Bindings around the GTK and GNOME user interface libraries, 
  <http://java-gnome.sourceforge.net/>
  You'll need a version `>= 4.1.3`

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 4. License
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The GNOME Split program is released under the terms of the GNU
GPLv3. Please read the LICENSE file for more informations

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 5. What is GNOME Split?
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GNOME Split is a program written in Java and using a GTK+
graphical interface. It allows you to split a file in more little
chunks in order to be able to store it easily. You can also
merge the chunks later and check the file integrity using a MD5 sum.

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 6. Why do you write GNOME Split?
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I use Ubuntu for a while now and to split files, I have to use
the "split" command. I thought that it will be nice to have
a GTK+ program to split files more easily for everybody.

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 7. Contact
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If you have any bugs, errors, improvements, patches, ideas, you
can contact me on my email address <respawneral@gmail.com>.
GNOME Split development website at https://github.com/respawner/gnome-split
GNOME Split in Launchpad https://launchpad.net/gnome-split/