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File Date Author Commit
 doc 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 examples 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 src 2016-11-17 Georg Ottinger Georg Ottinger [95052f] added Autoconnect Option
 AUTHORS 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 BUGS 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 ChangeLog 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 Makefile 2014-02-23 f15h f15h [ba41e6] fast forward upload and compile for size
 README 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 THANKS 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 TODO 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 autogen.sh 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 configure 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0
 install-sh 2014-02-22 f15h f15h [dbfe69] switched to libcgi-1.0

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Open Source, Open Mind
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** I AM STILL LEARNING ENGLISH ( yes, still... ) **

1) There is a makefile ( Makefile ). Use it to compile the library and examples
2) To compile the library, just type "make" (whithout the quotes) in the 
directory that you have decompressed the library
3) To clean, type make clean
4) To remove library files, type make uninstall
5) Into examples/ directory are some examples. 
6) Well.. the basic idea is it. If you have any kind of problem
or questions/sugestions, please send me an email 
( rafael@insanecorp.com ). Your help is very welcome!

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