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authorEric Wong <normalperson@yhbt.net>2013-09-01 01:33:52 +0000
committerEric Wong <normalperson@yhbt.net>2013-09-01 01:34:31 +0000
commit53b984b1e054a0804884ee83e2debe5baea8a222 (patch)
tree10354bebf9c0a61ee31bf53ec1c322b8b3837176 /INSTALL
parent84b1d0e0df7bff6e45be885f4ab3f2f12859cd4d (diff)
dtas 0.3.0 will be compatible with Syck in the Debian Ruby 1.9.3
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diff --git a/INSTALL b/INSTALL
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@@ -13,38 +13,38 @@ mp3gain is required if you use ReplayGain with MP3s
 If you only intend to use dtas-cueedit, you will need metaflac(1) from
 the FLAC package.
-Debian users can install sox, mp3gain, and flac dependencies easily:
+Debian 7 users can install dependencies easily:
-  apt-get install sox libsox-fmt-all mp3gain flac
+    sudo apt-get install sox libsox-fmt-all mp3gain flac ruby-dev
 # installing dtas RubyGem on GNU/Linux (Linux kernel 2.6.32+)
 Be sure to have Ruby development headers and a working C compiler.
 This will pull in the io_splice and sleepy_penguin RubyGems for minor
 speedups.  If you cannot be bothered to have a development
-environment, just use "gem install dtas"
+environment, just use "gem install dtas".
-        gem install dtas-linux
+    sudo gem install dtas-linux
 This should pull in the "io_splice" and "sleepy_penguin" RubyGems
 For future upgrades of dtas (upgrades to dtas-linux will be infrequent)
-        gem update dtas
+    sudo gem update dtas
 # installing the dtas RubyGem on non-GNU/Linux or old GNU/Linux systems
-        gem install dtas
+    sudo gem install dtas
 # installing dtas via tarball and setup.rb
 Grab the latest tarball from our HTTP site:
-        http://dtas.80x24.org/2013/dtas-0.1.I.tar.gz
+    http://dtas.80x24.org/2013/dtas-0.3.0.tar.gz
-        $ tar zxvf dtas-0.1.I.tar.gz
-        $ cd dtas-0.1.I
-        $ ruby setup.rb
+    $ tar zxvf dtas-0.3.0.tar.gz
+    $ cd dtas-0.3.0
+    $ sudo ruby setup.rb
 GNU/Linux users may optionally install "io_splice" and
 "sleepy_penguin" packages: