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Read Me

Installation
========================
Scaffold Hunter is written completely in Java, therefore no installation
is required to run the application. Simply download the Scaffold Hunter 
ZIP archive from the website and extract it somewhere on your computer 
(e.g., in case you have admin rights, C:\Program Files\ScaffoldHunter on 
Windows or /opt/scaffoldhunter on Unix/Linux/Mac, or alternatively in any
local directory).


Starting Scaffold Hunter
========================
To launch Scaffold Hunter, simply run the supplied start-script (run.cmd 
on Windows or run.sh on Unix/Linux/Mac). If you want to work with large 
data sets, you can increase the maximum memory available for Scaffold 
Hunter by editing the start-script. Please refer to the manual contained 
in the ZIP archive for further information.


Running the Scaffold Hunter Demo
================================
The demo mode is a one click solution to try out Scaffold Hunter on an
included data set with pre-configured views and settings. In order to use
the demo mode, download the demo package and proceed with the installation
as described above. Afterwards, run the demo start-script (run-demo.cmd 
on Windows or run-demo.sh on Unix/Linux/Mac). 


Requirements
========================

Hardware:
  * CPU: A CPU with at least 2 GHz is recommended to run the program.
  * RAM: At least 2 GB must be available to the Java Virtual Machine 
    running the program. 4 GB are recommended for full functionality.
  * Hard Disk: 70 MB of free space are sufficient to store the program
    and the database connections. Imported datasets require additional 
    space. 
  * Display: A display with a resolution of at least 1280x1024 is 
    recommended.

Software:
  * JRE: A Java VM supporting Java SE 7 code is required to run the 
    program. Please refer to http://www.java.com for installation 
    instructions concerning Java.
  * Database: Scaffold Hunter comes with HSQLDB which is sufficient 
    to store small personal data sets. For productive use a MySQL/MariaDB 
    server is recommended. Please refer to https://www.mysql.com or 
    https://mariadb.org for installation instructions concerning 
    MySQL/MariaDB.

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