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	================================================================
	PREREQUISITES
	================================================================

	SWISH++ has the following software as prerequisites:

	1. A C++ compiler.  SWISH++ has been built using GNU C++ (g++)
	   2.8.0 (earlier versions will not work).

	2. A version of STL, the ANSI/ISO C++ Standard Template
	   Library.  If you are using GNU C++, then you also need
	   (the matching versions of) libg++ and libstd++.

	   If you are not using GNU C++, then you need to have a port
	   of STL that works with your compiler.  Ports for various
	   platforms are available from ObjectSpace, Inc. having a web
	   page at:

		http://www.objectspace.com/

	   For more about STL, see:

		http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~musser/stl.html
		http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/

	All GNU software is freely available from:

		ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/

	Note: Don't complain to me if you get errors in the standard
	C++ headers.  It means that your C++ compiler and/or libraries
	are improperly installed.


	================================================================
	Building SWISH++
	================================================================

	1. Edit the "config.h" file to your liking.  This file controls
	   how the software runs.

	2. Go to the "config" directory and edit the "config.mk" file
	   as necessary.  This file controls how the software is
	   compiled.

	3. Go back to the top-level directory and type "make".  If
	   everything works out, the software will be built.  If you're
	   root, you can also type "make install".