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-What is fixtorrent?
-===================
-
-A little simple program that uses libtorrent (rasterbar) to read .torrent file 
-and get information about contained files. It can then compare size declared 
-in .torrent file and size of an actual file on disk and remove actual file if
-it is too big.
-
-
-Why would anyone want that?
-===========================
-
-Some bittorrent clients cannot deal with oversized files present in 
-destination directory. Generally, if you add a torrent and its destination 
-directory contains files, the client may want to check, maybe it's your old 
-half-downloaded Debian ISO image and you want to continue downloading it. But
-if it's oversized, the client may panic.
-
-Fixtorrent `fixes' destination directory by removing certain files.
-
-
-What fixtorrent can do?
-=======================
-
-Remove files.
-Delete files.
-Unlink files.
-Make files magically disappear.
-
-
-What fixtorrent cannot do?
-==========================
-
-Resize files.
-Rename files.
-Create files or directory structure declared in .torrent file.
-Make files magically reappear.
-
-
-Dependencies
-============
-
-Python 2.6 and libtorrent-rasterbar.
-
-Python 3 is supported by fixtorrent, but you may have a problem getting
-libtorrent-rasterbar bindings for Python 3.
+What is fixtorrent?
+===================
+
+A little simple program that uses libtorrent (rasterbar) to read .torrent file 
+and get information about contained files. It can then compare size declared 
+in .torrent file and size of an actual file on disk and remove actual file if
+it is too big.
+
+
+Why would anyone want that?
+===========================
+
+Some bittorrent clients cannot deal with oversized files present in 
+destination directory. Generally, if you add a torrent and its destination 
+directory contains files, the client may want to check, maybe it's your old 
+half-downloaded Debian ISO image and you want to continue downloading it. But
+if it's oversized, the client may panic.
+
+Fixtorrent "fixes" destination directory by removing certain files.
+
+
+What fixtorrent can do?
+=======================
+
+* Remove files.
+* Delete files.
+* Unlink files.
+* Make files magically disappear.
+
+
+What fixtorrent cannot do?
+==========================
+
+* Resize files.
+* Rename files.
+* Create files or directory structure declared in .torrent file.
+* Make files magically reappear.
+
+
+Dependencies
+============
+
+Python 2.6 and libtorrent-rasterbar.
+
+Python 3 is supported by fixtorrent, but you may have a problem getting
+libtorrent-rasterbar bindings for Python 3.
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