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    11 ## Documentation ##
    12 
    13 The documentation for ftputil can be found at http://ftputil.sschwarzer.net/trac/wiki/Documentation .
    14 
    15 ## Requirements ##
    16 
    17 To use ftputil, you need Python, at least version 2.6. Python 3.x
    18 versions work as well. Python is a programming language, available
    19 from http://www.python.org for free.
    20 
    21 ## Installation ##
    22 
    23 *If you have an older version of ftputil installed, delete it or
    24 move it somewhere else, so that it doesn't conflict with the new
    25 version!*
    26 
    27 ### With pip or easy_install ###
    28 
    29 If you have pip or easy_install available, you can install the current
    30 version of ftputil directly from the Python Package Index (PyPI)
    31 without downloading the package explicitly. You'll still need an
    32 internet connection, of course.
    33 
    34 Just type
    35 
    36     pip install ftputil
    37  
    38   or
    39  
    40     easy_install ftputil
    41  
    42 on the command line, respectively. Unless you're installing ftputil
    43 in a virtual environment, you'll probably need root/administrator
    44 privileges to do that.
    45  
    46 Done. :-)
    47 
    48 ### From an archive tarball ###
    49 
    50 If you have neither pip nor easy_install, you need to download a tarball
    51 from the [Python package index](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/ftputil) or from the [ftputil website](http://ftputil.sschwarzer.net/Download) and install it as follows.
    52 
    53 Unpack the archive file containing the distribution files. If you
    54 had an ftputil version 2.8, you would type at the shell prompt:
    55 
    56     tar xzf ftputil-2.8.tar.gz
    57 
    58 Make the directory to where the files were unpacked your current
    59 directory. Assume that after unpacking, you have a directory
    60 `ftputil-2.8`. Make it the current directory with
    61 
    62     cd ftputil-2.8
    63 
    64 Type
    65 
    66     python setup.py install
    67 
    68 at the shell prompt. On Unix/Linux, you have to be root to perform
    69 the installation. Likewise, you have to be logged in as
    70 administrator if you install on Windows.
    71 
    72 If you want to customize the installation paths, please read
    73 http://docs.python.org/inst/inst.html .
    74 
    75 ## License ##
    76 
    77 ftputil is open source software. It is distributed under the
    78 new/modified/revised BSD license (see
    79 http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause ).
    80 
    81 ## Authors ##
    82 
    83 Stefan Schwarzer <sschwarzer@sschwarzer.net>
    84 
    85 Evan Prodromou <evan@bad.dynu.ca> (lrucache module)
    86 
    87 Please provide feedback! It's certainly appreciated. :-)
     11This Bitbucket project is just a code mirror of the main website at http://ftputil.sschwarzer.net .
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