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 sqlite 2013-08-28 John Murray John Murray [044ced] add sqlite from xul-9 branch
 taglib 2013-08-28 John Murray John Murray [fa0c72] add taglib from xul-9 branch
 xulrunner 2013-08-31 John Murray John Murray [e0ab1c] whoops, meant to have both
 .gitignore 2013-08-28 John Murray John Murray [db07c7] ignore sqlite autom4te.cache
 README 2011-09-21 Matt Parnell Matt Parnell [05cd8a] perfecting the setup so even a caveman (or lazy...
 build.sh 2012-10-04 Matt Parnell Matt Parnell [148d34] hopefully copy the old deps to where they go
 call-nmake.py 2011-09-21 Matt Parnell Matt Parnell [74a230] initial creation - xulrunner build environment
 fix-pkg-config-paths.pl 2011-09-21 Matt Parnell Matt Parnell [74a230] initial creation - xulrunner build environment
 songbird-vendor-defs.mk 2012-10-03 Matt Parnell Matt Parnell [c9f823] update to xul15 and hopefully have a proper bui...
 songbird-vendor-rules.mk 2012-10-03 Matt Parnell Matt Parnell [c9f823] update to xul15 and hopefully have a proper bui...

Read Me

Nightingale is a community based fork of the Songbird Web/Media player
distributed under the GNU GPL and portions (xulrunner and mozilla libs)
licensed under the Mozilla MPL/BSD license. 

This is what's left of the needed dependencies (just xulrunner) 
for Nightingale. Other libs should come from the distro's own libraries.
Hopefully, in the future, this won't be necessary and we'll be able
to build against the system xulrunner.

Contributions:

To join in and help, please visit http://getnightingale.com/forum
or jump into #nightingale on irc.mozilla.org.

Contributors:

ilikenwf/Matt Parnell
Mook
GeekShadow

===========================
BUILDING:
===========================
If this is your first build, simply sh build-xulrunner.sh

When completed (a good wait), the directory linux-[ARCH] will contain
your dependencies, which you should link, copy, or move to your 
nightingale (or songbird) dependencies directory.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you've already built once successfully, then don't 
use build-xulrunner.sh unless you want to rebuild from scratch
(A LONG WAIT)! Instead go to xulrunner-$XUL and do

make -f Makefile.songbird xr-packaging

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