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	Eye of Gnome: an image viewing and cataloging program
	-----------------------------------------------------


Perfect vision soup:

	- 1 cauldron of snake broth
	- 2 vampire ears
	- 4 legs of tarantula
	- 1 eye of gnome


Description
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This is the Eye of Gnome, an image viewer program.  It is meant to be
a fast and functional image viewer as well as an image cataloging
program.


Requirements
------------

This package requires the following modules to be installed:
libgnomeui, libbonoboui, bonobo-activation, gconf, gnome-vfs,
gdk-pixbuf, eel, libart, libgenomeprintui, libgnomecanvas and
libglade.

You can get these packages from your favourite GNOME FTP mirror or at
http://ftp.gnome.org/GNOME/sources or from other sources where GNOME
packages are distributed.


Optional Libraries
------------------

'Eye of Gnome' supports the reading of exif information stored in
images by digital cameras. To get this working, you need the optional
libexif library. It is available at http://libexif.sourceforge.net.

If you also want to preserve your EXIF data on save make sure you have
libjpeg installed, including the development files.

Availability
------------

The bleeding-edge version of this package is always available from the GNOME
CVS repository (instructions at http://developer.gnome.org/tools/cvs.html).
Released versions are available at
http://download.gnome.org/GNOME/unstable/sources/eog.


Reporting bugs
--------------

Please use the GNOME bug tracking system to report bugs.  You can
reach it at http://bugzilla.gnome.org.


License
-------

This program is released under the terms of the GNU General Public
License.  Please see the file COPYING for details.


Authors
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Maintainer: Jens Finke (jens@gnome.org)
	    Federico Mena-Quintero (federico@gnu.org)

Martin Baulig (martin@gnome.org)
Arik Devens (arik@gnome.org)
Michael Meeks (michael@ximian.com)
Lutz M�ller (urc8@rz.uni-karlsruhe.de)