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LIBUNIBREAK =========== Overview -------- This is the README file for libunibreak, an implementation of the line breaking and word breaking algorithms as described in [Unicode Standard Annex 14] [1] and [Unicode Standard Annex 29] [2]. Check the project's [home page] [3] for up-to-date information. [1]: http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr14/tr14-30.html [2]: http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr29/tr29-21.html [3]: https://github.com/adah1972/libunibreak Licence ------- This library is released under an open-source licence, the zlib/libpng licence. Please check the file *LICENCE* for details. Apart from using the algorithm, part of the code is derived from the [Unicode Public Data] [4], and the [Unicode Terms of Use] [5] may apply. [4]: http://www.unicode.org/Public/ [5]: http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html Installation ------------ There are three ways to build the library: 1. On \*NIX systems supported by the autoconfiscation tools, do the normal ./configure make sudo make install to build and install both the dynamic and static libraries. In addition, one may - type `make doc` to generate the doxygen documentation; or - type `make linebreakdata` to regenerate *linebreakdata.c* from *LineBreak.txt*. - type `make wordbreakdata` to regenerate *wordbreakdata.c* from *WordBreakProperty.txt*. 2. On systems where GCC and Binutils are supported, one can type cd src cp -p Makefile.gcc Makefile make to build the static library. In addition, one may - type `make debug` or `make release` to explicitly generate the debug or release build; - type `make doc` to generate the doxygen documentation; or - type `make linebreakdata` to regenerate *linebreakdata.c* from *LineBreak.txt*. - type `make wordbreakdata` to regenerate *wordbreakdata.c* from *WordBreakProperty.txt*. 3. On Windows, apart from using method 1 (Cygwin/MSYS) and method 2 (MinGW), MSVC can also be used. Type cd src nmake -f Makefile.msvc to build the static library. By default the debug release is built. To build the release version nmake -f Makefile.msvc CFG="libunibreak - Win32 Release" Documentation ------------- Check the generated document *doc/html/linebreak\_8h.html* and *doc/html/wordbreak\_8h.html* in the downloaded file for the public interfaces exposed to applications. <!-- vim:autoindent:expandtab:formatoptions=tcqlmn:textwidth=72: -->
Source: README, updated 2013-09-30