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 ChangeLog 2007-04-24 Frederic Gobry Frederic Gobry [ae65a2] merged with zoltan's branch
 MANIFEST.in 2005-10-06 Frederic Gobry Frederic Gobry [3b4d8c] oops, forgot the NEWS file in the manifest
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 README 2003-10-30 Frederic Gobry Frederic Gobry [0a9f93] cosmetic fixes
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 bibtex.h 2005-09-25 Frederic Gobry Frederic Gobry [839de8] added support for "verbatim" fields, like urls
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 setup.py 2014-01-22 Zoltan Kota Zoltan Kota [955624] bump version to 1.2.6
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Read Me

-*- outline -*-

This python extension contains a BibTeX parser and a simple binding to
the GNU Recode library. They are intended to be used with pybliographer.

This module requires the following libraries to be installed:

   - Glib-2.x (and its development headers)
   - GNU Recode 3.5 (and its development headers)


* Compilation

Run the following command:

   python setup.py build


For additional options:

   python setup.py build --help


* Installation

   python setup.py install


For additional options:

   python setup.py install --help


* Troubleshooting

Here are listed some common problems while building the python-bibtex
module.


** Glib-2.0 is not in a standard place

Ensure that the path to glib-2.0.pc from your installation is
available in the environment variable PKG_CONFIG_PATH.


** GNU Recode is not in a standard place

To build, run:

    python setup.py build_ext -I /path/to/recode/include -L /path/to/recode/lib


** The installation fails with one of the following errors:

*** "the _recode module is broken."

This means that you are using an inadequate version of GNU Recode. You
need to use either Recode 3.5, or Recode 3.6 with some extra patches.

 * The stock version of Recode 3.6 from any GNU mirror DOES NOT WORK. *

*** "the recode library is probably broken."

This means that GNU Recode has been compiled with a buggy version of
gcc (gcc-3.3.2 seems to trigger this problem). You can recompile
recode with the following option for configure:

       CFLAGS=-g ./configure --prefix=...

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