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***************************************************************************** TK-YUPANA rev. 0.7 by kunturweb http://kunturweb.altervista.org kunturweb@altervista.org ***************************************************************************** INDEX 1 - ABOUT What is tk-yupana? 2 - GET IT Where tk-yupana can be downloaded 3 - FILES Content of the directory 4 - REQUIREMENTS Minimum requirements 5 - RUN TK-YUPANA How to run tk-yupana 6 - LOCALIZATION How to change language 7 - HELP How to help with translations 8 - LICENSE Gnu GPL v3 License 9 - COPYRIGHT Copyright of the author 1 - ABOUT tk-yupana is a simple program which shows some theories about the Incan Abacus (or the Yupana). Implemented Theories: - Theories based upon an additive numeration system - Additive System in base 10 by Cinzia Florio (2009) - Theories based upon a positional numeration System - Positional System in base 10 by H. Wassen (1931) - Positional System in base 10 by C. Radicati di Primeglio (1979) - Positional System in base 10 by Eng. W. Burns Glynn (1981) - Positional System in base 40 by Eng. De Pasquale (2001) - Positional System in base 10 by A. Chirinos Rivera (2008) tk-yupana is written in Tcl/Tk 2 - GET IT tk-yupana is available for free download from: * KUNTURWEB: http://kunturweb.altervista.org/pag/en/tk-yupana.html * SOURCEFORGE: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tk-yupana 3 - FILES tk-yupana comes as archive (tar.gz or zip) and debian package (.deb). This means that You need 1) a proper program to explode the archive or 2) a linux debian/ubuntu system with the program dpkg to install the package. In the first case, once you have opened the archive you'll get a directory with the following content: - tk-yupana-0.x/----- LICENSE.txt GNU-GPL-V3 License file ----- doc/ Documents directory |--- README-EN.txt This README file (english) |--- README-ES.txt This README file (spanish) |--- README-IT.txt This README file (italian) |--- tk-yupana-EN.pdf User Manual (english) *** BETA *** |--- tk-yupana-ES.pdf User Manual (spanish) *** BETA *** |--- tk-yupana-IT.pdf User Manual (italian) ----- img/ Generic images directory |___ beans/ Beans images directory |_40/ 40x40 resolution |_20/ 20x20 resolution ----- locale/ Translations directory |___ it.msg Italian translation |___ en.msg English translation (beta) |___ es.msg Spanish translation (beta) |___ de.msg German translation (alpha) |___ fr.msg French translation (alpha) |___ jp.msg Japanese translation (alpha) |___ pt.msg Portuguese translation (alpha) |___ ru.msg Russian translation (alpha) |___ qu.msg Quechua translation (alpha) |___ example.msg Example file for translations |___ default.txt Default message it/ |___ help-xxx.txt Italian quick help |___ .... Italian quick help |___ credits-it.txt Italian credits file en/ |___ help-xxx.txt English quick help (beta) |___ .... English quick help (beta) |___ credits-en.txt English credits file (beta) es/ |___ help-xxx.txt Spanish quick help (beta) |___ .... Spanish quick help (beta) |___ credits-es.txt Spanish credits file (beta) qu/ |___ help-xxx.txt Quechua quick help (beta) |___ .... Quechua quick help (beta) |___ credits-es.txt Quechua credits file (beta) ----- tk-yupana.tcl Program tk-yupana 4 - REQUIREMENTS tk-yupana is a tcl/tk script. You need to install tcl and tk packages for your system in order to run the program. LINUX Depending on your distribution, you should install tcl-8.4 and tk-8.4 (or greater versions). For instance, under Debian (or Ubuntu), you need to type # sudo apt-get install tcl tk MINDOMS install http://www.activestate.com/activetcl/downloads Double click on tk-yupana.tcl 5 - RUN TK-YUPANA From here on, I suppose you have ALREADY installed TCL and TK on your system (please, see chapter 4 for details) LINUX (debian, ubuntu, ecc.) Open a terminal and execute the following command: # sudo dpkg -i tk-yupana_<rev>_all.deb To run tk-yupana, simply tape: # tk-yupana Click on the Condor Icon to access menu; there you'll find a quick-help text. LINUX Open a terminal and change the directory to tk-yupana-r0.x/ # cd tk-yupana-r0.x Type: # ./tk-yupana.tcl Click on the Condor Icon to access menu; there you'll find a quick-help text. MINDOMS Open the explorer window and navigate to the tk-yupana-r0.x/ Double click on the icon tk-yupana.tcl Click on the Condor Icon to access the menu; there you'll find a help text. You can find more exhaustive instructions in the User Manual located in the doc/ directory. 6 - LOCALIZATION tk-yupana has been translated into: Italian, Spanish and English. The default language is Italian. The GUI labels have been also transalted into other languages (german, french, portuguese, russian, japanese, filipino) to check the graphic rendering of different characters, but these translations are not 100% reliable. Besides the help-files are missing for these languages. (See also Chapter 7 of this manual). LINUX if tk-yupana starts in another language than yours, You should set up correctly the environment variable LANG to have it translated into your language; i.e. launch tk-yupana in the following way: # LANG=es ./tk-yupana.tcl (for spanish) or # LANG=en ./tk-yupana.tcl (for english) WINDOWS ??? Dunno! ??? 7 - HELP ME! If you want to collaborate with the project and translate tk-yupana into your language, please contact kunturweb@altervista.org. Have you any idea about how to localize a tcl/tk application with msgcat under Windows? Write me, and I will add the infos you provide here! Thanx. If you don't know how, but you would like to help, it's not so difficult! Please, rite me: kunturweb@altervista.org 8 - LICENSE tk-yupana is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. tk-yupana is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with tk-yupana. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. 9 - COPYRIGHT (c) 2012-2014 by Kunturweb (http://kunturweb.altervista.org)
Source: README-EN.txt, updated 2014-02-10