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File Date Author Commit
bin 2007-07-13 g00fy [r161] Compiles nice & builds nice (windows)
cmake 2011-05-31 g00fy [r200] Added Configuration options for color setting
externals 2011-05-28 g00fy [r199] - Fixed: Showing of CCP javascript calls in out...
include 2011-05-28 g00fy [r199] - Fixed: Showing of CCP javascript calls in out...
resources 2011-05-27 g00fy [r198] - Fixed: Update checking
scripts 2011-05-27 g00fy [r192] Moved around a lot of files
src 2011-05-31 g00fy [r200] Added Configuration options for color setting
CMakeLists.txt 2011-05-27 g00fy [r196] Made it beautifull :)
Copyright.txt 2007-07-13 g00fy [r161] Compiles nice & builds nice (windows)
README 2011-05-31 g00fy [r201] Updated README
README.txt 2006-12-08 g00fy [r97] Release 1.2.0
items.dat 2011-05-24 g00fy [r186] Updated to compile again vs new pcre library + ...
solarsystems.dat 2011-05-27 g00fy [r196] Made it beautifull :)
stations.dat 2011-05-27 g00fy [r196] Made it beautifull :)

Read Me

These simple steps need to be taken to let the program be usefull to you:
Prerequisits:
 * EVE online is installed
 * You have an active account

Steps:
 * Install the program (either via the setup.exe or by uncompressing the zip file, Linux users should know what to do :p)
 * Run the program. It will startup a webserver at port 80/8080/8081/... so first you need to figure out which port it uses.
   Mostly under windows it is port 80 if you don't run your own webserver. Otherwise, and for Linux users, it will be port 8080.
 * Go Into EVE, launch the ingame browser (also called IGB) and type in the url field: http://localhost:80 (if it runs on port 80).

Once you have the main page of the program you can click on Help for more detailed information on how to use it.


When you encounter bugs, you want something anew in the program, please go to : http://sourceforge.net/projects/tradeanalyzer and submit a 'bug' or a 'feature request'.
If you really feel up to it, download the source via SVN, change something in there and submit it to me as a 'patch' (please use a unified diff).


Have fun,
KaReL Lightyear - brother of Buzz