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John Lenz  committed b01e15f

Update readme to not mention yesod-platform

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 # Quickstart
 
-To quickly test out the client on linux, make sure you have libgmp and zlib installed, [download the latest
-binary](https://bitbucket.org/wuzzeb/notmuch-web/downloads), extract the tarball, then run
+To quickly test out the client on linux, make sure you have libgmp, zlib, and libicu installed,
+[download the latest binary](https://bitbucket.org/wuzzeb/notmuch-web/downloads), extract the
+tarball, then run
 
 ~~~ {.bash}
 $ mv config/settings.example.yml config/settings.yml
 One nice feature of GHC (the Haskell compiler) is the ability to statically link binaries to not
 require Haskell to be installed.  I have therefore built the latest release; you can find the
 tarballs on the [download page](https://bitbucket.org/wuzzeb/notmuch-web/downloads).  The only
-prerequisites are glibc, libgmp, and zlib.
+prerequisites are glibc, libgmp, libicu, and zlib.
 
 #### Source, latest released version
 
 
 ~~~ {.bash}
 $ cabal update
-$ cabal install yesod-platform notmuch-web
+$ cabal install notmuch-web
 ~~~
 
-You must mention both yesod-platform and notmuch-web on the same install line to make sure all
-dependencies are resolved correctly, otherwise you will get an error.
-
 The binary will appear at ~/.cabal/bin/notmuch-web and the configuration files (see below) are
 in ~/.cabal/share/notmuch-web-version
 
 #### Source, from bitbucket
 
-To compile from bitbucket, install the Haskell Platform, run "cabal update", then run "cabal install
-yesod-platform".  Next, clone from bitbucket and within the notmuch-web directory, run "cabal
-install --only-dependencies".  You can now run "yesod devel" to start the development server or use
-the package.sh script to build a tarball.  You might investigate
-[cabal-dev](http://hackage.haskell.org/package/cabal-dev) or
+To compile from bitbucket, install the Haskell Platform and then run "cabal update".  Next, clone
+from bitbucket and within the notmuch-web directory, run "cabal install --only-dependencies".  Next,
+run "cabal install yesod-bin"  (yesod-bin is a development helper binary).  You can now run "yesod
+devel" to start the development server or use the package.sh script to build a tarball.  You might
+investigate [cabal-dev](http://hackage.haskell.org/package/cabal-dev) or
 [hsenv](http://hackage.haskell.org/package/hsenv) to have an isolated build environment.
 
 #### Keter
 
 #### Sending
 
-When you send a message, notmuch-web sends it using the executable "/usr/sbin/sendmail".  If
-you are not running your own email server, I suggest [msmtp](http://msmtp.sourceforge.net/).  I use
-msmtp on my laptop, it works great.  Just make sure the user you run notmuch-web as has the correct
-msmtp configuration setup.
+When you send a message, notmuch-web sends it using the executable "/usr/sbin/sendmail".  If you are
+not running your own email server, I suggest [msmtp](http://msmtp.sourceforge.net/).  I use msmtp on
+my laptop, it works great.  Just make sure the user you run notmuch-web as has the correct msmtp
+configuration setup.