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GNUDoku README
==============

GNUDoku is a free program for creating and solving Su Doku puzzles.

The first part of this file describes how to build GNUDoku's with
its default gtkmm based frontend, while the second part describes
the building instructions for the Qt4 based frontend, GNUDoQ.


GTKMM Frontend
==============

Rename the file Makefile.gtkmm to Makefile

GNUDoku's only requirement is the gtkmm library, specifically gtkmm2.4 
is required.  Version 2.6 is preferred, see below for instructions on 
using version 2.4.

To build, use "make".
To install, use "make install".

IMPORTANT: if you're using gtkmm-2.4 version 2.4, you must build using 
"make withgtkmm24".  This makes an uglier version.

Installation is to /usr/local by default, to change edit the PREFIX 
line in Makefile.


Qt Frontend (GNUDoQ)
===================

GNUDoQ requires the Qt4 library: http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt

The cross-platform way to build GNUDoQ is via Trolltech's QMake utility:

qmake           ; generates a platform specific makefile
make            ; builds GNUDoQ
make install    ; installs GNUDoQ (optional)

Make sure to remove the following files from the generated .pro:
 - GNUDoku.C
 - sudoku-solve-test.C 

This should create the program's executable in Release/GNUDoQ.exe
(on Windows), GNUDoQ.app (on Mac OS X), or ./GNUDoQ (other unices).


Credits and Changelog
=====================

GNUDoku's original authors are:

    * Phillip Jordan
    * Colin Lewis (colin.E.lewis@gmail.com)
    * John Spray (jcspray@icculus.org)

See ChangeLog for information on other contributors