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				QM Tools

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1.  REQUIREMENTS

    To run QM, you will need Python Python 2.1 (or greater).

    You must use GNU Make to build QM.

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2.  Licensing

    QM is licensed under the GNU General Public License.  See the file
    COPYING for the exact text of the license.

    QM incorporates some third-party software:

      - The zope-dtml module contains code for generating HTML from DTML
	(Document Template Markup Language) from the Zope package, by
	Digital Creations.

      - The gadfly module containsthe Gadfly SQL Relational Database
	(http://www.chordate.com/kwParsing/gadfly.html), written by
	Chordate Systems.

      - The xmlrpc module contains a Python implementation of XML/RPC by
	Fredrik Lundh and Secret Labs AB.

      - The PyXML package contains XML-related software written by and/or
	copyright by Fourthought, Inc., BeOpen, CNRI, CWI, Greg Stein,
	Secret Labs AB, and Lars Marius Carshol.

    Please consult the corresponding READMEs, license files, etc. for
    license information about these components.

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3.  BUILDING QM

    From the top of the source tree, first configure the sources:

      ./configure

    The configuration script looks for a Python interpreter executable
    in your PATH.  To specify a different interpreter, specify the
    option 

      --with-python=INTERPRETER_PATH

    To install QM in a location other than /usr/local specify the
    --prefix option to configure:

      --prefix=/path/to/install

    To build QM:

      make


  - INSTALLING QM

    To install QM:

      make install

    By default, this installs files under /usr/local; to use a different
    prefix, specify the --prefix option to configure.


  - TESTING QM

    QM comes with a test suite to verify its functioning.  Of course,
    this test suite is implemented using QMTest.  The test suite is
    located in the tests subdirectory of the source tree.  To run it,
    invoke

      qmtest -D /path/to/qm/tests run

    This assumes that the qmtest executable you just installed (or
    another one) is in your PATH, and that /path/to/qm is the path to
    your QM source tree.

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