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kupfer is a simple, flexible, launcher for Gnome ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ :Homepage: http://kaizer.se/wiki/kupfer/ :Credits: Copyright 2007--2009 Ulrik Sverdrup <email@example.com> :Licence: GNU General Public License v3 (or any later version) Installing ========== This project is configured for waf; waf is shipped in the distributable tarball but not in the repository. If you need to get waf, run:: wget -O waf http://waf.googlecode.com/files/waf-1.5.8 chmod +x waf Installation follows the steps:: ./waf configure ./waf then:: ./waf install or :: sudo ./waf install You can use ``--prefix=$PREFIX`` when configuring to assign an installation spot. By default, Kupfer is installed for all users. Installing only for your user, the prefix ``~/.local`` is often used; you just have to check that: ``~/.local/bin`` is in your ``$PATH``. Requirements ------------ Kupfer requires Python 2.6 or later, and the following important libraries: * gtk python bindings, GTK+ version 2.16 * glib python bindings (pygobject) 2.18 * dbus python bindings * keyring python module Optional, but very recommended dependencies: * python-keybinder (see below) * wnck python bindings * gvfs * xdg-terminal (to find which terminal application you use, if it's not Gnome Terminal) * rst2man / python docutils to build manpages * xml2po / gnome docutils to install mallard help pages * python-keyring-gnome or python-keyring-kwallet Some plugins might require additional python modules! Spawning ======== Kupfer is installed as ``kupfer`` into ``$PREFIX/bin``. Keybinder Module ---------------- Kupfer uses tomboy's keybinder code, just like many other applications do for global keybindings. I had to break out the python wrapping of the code into a standalone python module `keybinder`_ that you need to install first. .. _`keybinder`: http://kaizer.se/wiki/python-keybinder Now you can set kupfer's keybinding by editing kupfer's config. See ``kupfer --help`` for how to do that. You can use kupfer without the keybinder module, for example by assigning a global keybinding to the ``kupfer`` binary, but it not the recommended way. .. vim: ft=rst tw=72