== INSTALLATION ==
=== REQUIRES ===
threadpool>=1.2.5 (here: http://chrisarndt.de/projects/threadpool/)
Note: Windows installer provides all that
dependencies to you, don't bother getting
them separately (unless you want to build
from source, of course).
Note2: Versions specified here are "known
to work", but it may be possible, that an
older one will fit too.
=== LINUX ===
Just type 'python setup.py install' while
in package main directory and you should
Also check out your distribution repository,
Fetcher is surely available in Arch Linux
=== WINDOWS ===
You should have no problems with provided
installer (just few clicks ;). If you want
to build it on your own then... you're on
=== UPGRADE FROM 0.2 TO 0.3.x ===
You should recreate database, because there
were some non-compatible changes made. To do
this just remove:
$HOME/.config/fetcher/db.sqlite3 (on Linux),
Documents\fetcher\db.sqlite3 (on Windows)
and re-run the application.
Sorry about this, I hope it won't happen in
=== UPGRADE TO 0.4.x ===
There was a complete filesystem module
rewrite and it's not compatible with older
versions in any way. You don't have to do
anything, it will start like new anyway.
== USAGE ==