v0.4.0 (Dish of the Day) 2020-11-25
The name of the system is ‘a·muse.’ The name of the program, command, any package is ‘amuse.’
Both are pronounced the same–[æˈʔmjuːz].
It’s a play of words—‘amuse’ as a verb, and ‘a muse’ as a goddess.
To build version 0.3.x, You need:
Then, all You have to do is run `mk`, and—optionally—`mk install`
a·muse can be configured with command line arguments or with configuration file. Example configuration file can be found in `example.toml`. The only mandatory field is `TmdbApiKey`
Contributions are welcome either as patches (send patches to `email@example.com`).
If You want to translate a·muse, translate strings in `i18n/default.toml` and send patch, or share the translated file in any other way. The translated file must be named `tag.toml`, where `tag` is the language tag of the translation. Translations don’t have to be full; a·muse falls back to default (en-GB) when strings are missing.
This project uses https://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/[nvie’s branching model]. Please request merges to `develop` branch.
Roadmap exists inside `CHANGELOG.adoc`.
Recommendations have been removed from the Roadmap.
API has been postponed till the project is more stable.
amuse Copyright (C) 2019–2020 apiote
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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