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             Copyright  2005-2010 Thomas Perl and the gPodder Team

 License (see COPYING file)

 gPodder is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
 it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
 the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
 (at your option) any later version.

 gPodder is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 GNU General Public License for more details.

 You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.


   * python (>= 2.5) with sqlite3 support
   * python-gtk2 (>= 2.12)
   * python-feedparser
   * python-mygpoclient (http://thpinfo.com/2010/mygpoclient/)
   * python-dbus (optional, but highly recommended)

 If your Python installation does not come with "sqlite3" support,
 you can either re-compile Python with support for sqlite3 or use
 the "pysqlite" package from http://code.google.com/p/pysqlite/

 Additional dependencies for iPod synchronization support:

   * One of the following metadata libraries:
     - python-pymad (preferred; MAD MP3 decoder Python bindings)
     - python-eyed3 (alternative to pymad; eyeD3 Python bindings)
   * python-gpod (libgpod's Python bindings)
   * mplayer (OPTIONAL; if you want video podcast length detection)

 Additional dependencies for MTP-based device synchronization support:

   * python-pymtp (libmtp's Python bindings; nick125.com/projects/pymtp)

 Additional dependencies for converting OGGs to MP3s on iPod sync:
   * oggdec (for decoding OGG files)
   * lame (for encoding MP3 files)

 Additional dependencies if you want Bluetooth file send support:

   * gnome-obex-send OR bluetooth-sendto

 Additional dependencies if you want Rockbox Cover Art syncing:

   * python-imaging (Python Imaging Library, PIL)

 Additional dependencies for gtkhtml2 episode shownotes:

   * python-gtkhtml2

 Additional dependencies for gPodder on Windows:

   * PyWin32 (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pywin32/)

 Additional dependencies for the Soundcloud plug-in:

   * Python >= 2.6 (as this includes the "json" module) OR
   * Python < 2.6 with the "simplejson" module (Debian: python-simplejson)

 Additional dependencies if you want to install from source:
   * help2man
   * python-dev
   * intltool

 Dependencies for running unittest/doctests ("make unittest"):

   * python-minimock
   * python-coverage (optional; recommended)


 Extract the tar archive somewhere into your home directory and cd into 
 the directory where you extracted it, for example:

   tar xzvf gpodder-2.0.tar.gz
   cd gpodder-2.0/
   make install

 If you have any problems, please visit the gPodder website or mail the 
 gPodder mailing list (see below for more information).

 Portable mode / roaming profiles

 You can set the environment variables GPODDER_HOME and GPODDER_DOWNLOAD_DIR
 to point to locations for storing the database and downloaded files:

    GPODDER_HOME ........... location for configuration and database
    GPODDER_DOWNLOAD_DIR ... location for downloaded episodes

 You can use this to have different configurations for gPodder or to put
 gPodder's data directly on your MP3 player or USB disk, for example:

    export GPODDER_HOME=/media/usbdisk/gpodder-data/
    export GPODDER_DOWLOAD_DIR=/media/usbdisk/podcasts/

 Feature requests, bug reports and patches

 Feature requests, bug report and patches should all be filed in our
 Bugzilla at http://bugs.gpodder.org - for general discussion and questions,
 please send a message to gpodder-devel (this is a subscriber-only list, so
 you have to subscribe first before sending mail there).

 For up to date information about gPodder, see the website and Wiki.

   Homepage:       http://gpodder.org/
   Wiki:           http://wiki.gpodder.org/
   Bugzilla:       http://bugs.gpodder.org/

   FAQs:           http://wiki.gpodder.org/wiki/FAQs
   Mailing List:   gpodder-devel@berlios.de
   IRC Channel:    #gpodder on FreeNode (irc.freenode.net)

 Have fun with gPodder!
 Thomas Perl <thpinfo.com>