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# The Libra Toolkit, version 1.1.2c: ## LICENSE You are welcome to use the code for research or commercial purposes under the terms of the 2-clause BSD license. However, we request that you acknowledge its use with a citation, or at least a reference to the Libra home page: http://libra.cs.uoregon.edu If you like, please also drop us a line about what you do with Libra and what results you obtain. See the LICENSE file for official license information. NOTE: Libra includes several external projects that it depends on: ocaml-expat and lbfgs. Their licenses may need to be acknowledged as well. See the Developer's Guide for more information. ## INSTALLATION Libra requires that OCaml is installed, including the ocamlfind tool and the ocaml-expat library. The recommended method for installing OCaml is through OPAM, the OCaml package manager. Installation instructions for OPAM can be found at: [ http://opam.ocaml.org/doc/Install.html ] After installing OPAM, you can install the additional dependencies using the command: `opam install ocamlfind ocaml-expat` To build Libra from source on UNIX-like hosts (Linux, Mac OS X, etc.), run: `make` The default installation prefix is `/usr/local`. To change it, run: `./configure --prefix=<path>` To install Libra, run: `make install` See the manual for more details and build options. ## DOCUMENTATION Please see the `doc/` directory for official documentation: `doc/manual.pdf`: Overview of Libra's functionality, including a "quick start" guide with a short tutorial. `doc/devguide.pdf`: Information on the code architecture of Libra To generate library documentation: `make doc` and browse `doc/html/index.html` ## MISC Please contact Daniel Lowd <email@example.com> and Amirmohammad Rooshenas <firstname.lastname@example.org> with any questions, comments, bug fixes, etc.