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\documentclass{manual}

\title{The httplib2 Library}

\author{Joe Gregorio}

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\authoraddress{
%   Organization name, if applicable \\
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    Email: \email{joe@bitworking.org}
}

\date{Mar 8, 2007}       % update before release!

\release{0.3}     % release version; this is used to define the
                  % \version macro

\makeindex          % tell \index to actually write the .idx file
\makemodindex       % If this contains a lot of module sections.


\begin{document}

\maketitle

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%\ifhtml
%\chapter*{Front Matter\label{front}}
%\fi

%\input{copyright}

\begin{abstract}
\noindent

The \module{httplib2} module is a comprehensive HTTP client library
that handles caching, keep-alive, compression, redirects and
many kinds of authentication.


\end{abstract}

\tableofcontents

\chapter{Reference}

\input{libhttplib2.tex}

%\appendix
%\chapter{...}

%My appendix.

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%appendices.








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\end{document}