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			***************************
			*   ti68k library   	  *
			* The M68k emulation core *
			***************************




People who want reuse this library (Linux/Windows) can look at the /doc 
directory. There is a complete html documentation written by Tom which 
details available functions and how to use them.


DESCRIPTION
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Development platform: 
- Linux Debian potato, 2.4.0-test6 kernel, glibc 2.1.3
- Windows 9x/Me, NT4/2000


REQUIREMENTS
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 - A UNIX computer and C compiler (gcc) for the Linux version
 - A Windows9x ot NT4 computer for the Windows version
 - The 'tidev' kernel module for Linux if you want use it OR
 - the 'tipar' or 'tiser' kernel module depending on your link cable type if you want use the link port without being 'root'.


COMPILATION
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Untar the libti68k-X.X.X.tar.gz archive (tar -xvzf), change directory to 
libti68k directory.

Type "./configure"

Type "make", "make install" (requires the root privileges).


AVAILABILITY
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  http://lpg.ticalc.org/prj_gtktiemu


COPYRIGHT
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libti68k library is Copyright (C) 2000-2001 by Romain Lievin 
<rlievin@mail.com> and Thomas Corvazier <corvazier@yahoo.com>

This library is based on the XTiger emulator (see AUTHORS for more details).

Copying is allowed under the terms of GNU General Public License (LGPL).  
See the file COPYING for more details.


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Please report any bugs, questions, ...  (please give me your platform, your 
calculator type (with ROM version) and your link cable model).


Romain Lievin <rlievin@mail.com>
Thomas Corvazier <corvazier@yahoo.com>