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File Date Author Commit
 common 2011-12-10 David Sugar David Sugar [fe136c] Install runtime library
 icons 2011-12-06 David Sugar David Sugar [509d77] Support and build for unreleased apps
 manpager 2011-12-10 David Sugar David Sugar [6ba738] cmake magic for building out of directory tree
 search 2011-12-10 David Sugar David Sugar [6ba738] cmake magic for building out of directory tree
 system 2011-12-10 David Sugar David Sugar [52da37] Correct path for desktop file install
 translations 2011-12-06 David Sugar David Sugar [509d77] Support and build for unreleased apps
 CMakeLists.txt 2011-12-10 David Sugar David Sugar [eb280c] Some build type settings
 COPYING 2011-11-15 David Sugar David Sugar [1e3903] Initial checkin of coastal qt applications
 README 2011-12-05 David Sugar David Sugar [2708ae] Support for support
 TODO 2011-11-24 David Sugar David Sugar [9ec26a] TODO notes for tracking open issues
 config.h.cmake 2011-11-16 David Sugar David Sugar [c89d97] Some cross-platform work

Read Me

This package is being developed as a series of generic and fully cross-platform
usable QT desktop applications.  Most interface work is done directly in QT
Designer.  A local library is used for common code for all these applications.
It is the use of a common library and a shared icon theme that ties the
individual desktop applications into a single source package.

coastal-search is intended to become a QT version of "catfish", although the ui
suggests it may end up with substantially more functionality for selecting,
searching, and using groups of files than catfish originally had.  This is
still in VERY early development.  

coastal-manpager is a QT version of "gman".  It uses it's own rendering
engine for manual pages.  This is ready for initial release.

Other things, like coastal-scope (a qt cscope), will also be added to this
package over time.

All our software is licensed per the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or
later.