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 1$FreeBSD$
 2
 3Authors
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 5
 6CVSup was originally written in Modula-3 by
 7	John Polstra <jdp@polstra.com>.
 8
 9Csup is a rewrite of CVSup in C.  It has been mostly written by
10	Maxime Henrion <mux@FreeBSD.org>.
11
12A few contributors have helped him in his task and they are listed here in
13alphabetical order :
14
15	Olivier Houchard <cognet@FreeBSD.org>
16	Ulf Lilleengen <lulf@kerneled.org>
17	Christoph Mathys <cmathys@bluewin.ch>	(Google SoC Project)
18	Etienne Vidal <etienne.vidal@gmail.com>
19
20
21Building & Installing
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23
24Csup should build and run fine under any *BSD OS (that includes FreeBSD,
25NetBSD, OpenBSD and DragonFlyBSD), as well as Linux and Darwin.  If you
26have a problem building from source, drop me a mail!
27
28There is one Makefile specifically tailored for *BSD systems named
29Makefile and another one that is gmake-specific for Darwin and Linux
30users named GNUmakefile.  You don't really need to worry about that
31since whatever your "make" command is, it should pick up the correct
32Makefile.
33
34As usual, to build the source code, just run "make".  Once this is done,
35just run "make install" to install the binary and manual page.
36
37Be warned however that if the packaging system of your OS knows about
38csup, it is certainly better to install it from there rather than by
39hand, so that it can then be properly deinstalled.