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Quarry is a universal board game interface program.  At present it
supports three games: Go, Amazons and Reversi.  It is intended to be
useful for both users and developers of game engines (i.e. programs
that play board games).

Quarry uses are currently limited to playing against a computer
program (e.g. GNU Go) and browsing and editing SGF game records.
Future versions will also support Internet game servers and more.

Latest Quarry versions can be found at the homepage:


The usual `./configure; make; make install' should build and install
Quarry.  The only serious requirement for Quarry are GTK+ 2.x and
librsvg 2.5+ libraries, everything else must be present on a sane
system.  See file INSTALL for details.


Please refer to the Quarry Manual for help.  If, for some reason, you
cannot open the manual from Quarry Help menu, direct your browser to
the file `help/C/quarry.html'.  (There may also be translations of the
manual to your language in directories other than `C'.)


Please use bug tracker at the Gna! project page for bug submissions.
Point your browser to

Before submitting a bug, please update to the latest CVS version of
Quarry and verify that the bug is still present.  Don't forget to
check if the bug has been submitted already.

Please include the following information in your bug report:

* Bug description and the way to reproduce the bug.

* Output of Quarry in the terminal, if any.  It would typically die
  with a message like this:

	quarry: file-name.c:123: some_function_name: Assertion `...'

* If you fail to configure or build Quarry in the first place, please
  send in several last lines of `configure's and/or `make's output,
  depending on where the problem occurred.

* System information, including version of GTK+.  You can find it by

	pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0

  in command line.  Remember that only GTK+ 2.0 or later is supported.
  If you have an older version, Quarry will fail to configure and it
  is not a bug.

* Everything else you find relevant.


All files are copyrighted by Paul Pogonyshev and/or other Quarry
authors (see file AUTHORS) except as noted below.  See each specific
file for details.

All files are licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2
or (at your option) any later version except as noted below.  GNU GPL
version 2 can be found in the file COPYING.

All files named `quarry.xml' and `quarry.html' in `help/*' directories
are licensed under GNU Free Documentation License, version 1.2 or any
later version, with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and
no Back-Cover Texts.  GNU FDL version 1.2 can be found in file named

* Three files `src/utils/getopt.c', `src/utils/getopt1.c' and
  `src/utils/getopt.h' are copyrighted by the Free Software Foundation
  and are distributed under GNU LGPL version 2.1 or later.

* Files `src/gui-gtk/gtk-color-button.c' and
  `src/gui-gtk/gtk-color-button.h' are copyrighted 1998, 1999 by Red
  Hat, Inc.  They are licensed GNU LGPL version 2 or later.

* Files `src/gui-gtk/gtk-qhbox.c' and `src/gui-gtk/gtk-qvbox.c' are
  copyrighted 1995-1997 by Peter Mattis, Spencer Kimball and Josh
  MacDonald and copyrighted in subsequent years by Paul Pogonyshev.
  They are licensed under GNU GPL version 2 or later.

* File `data/textures/wood1.jpg' can be distributed freely [1].

* File `data/textures/wood2.jpg' is copyrighted 2005 by Brenn Hill and
  is distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
  ShareAlike 2.0 license, which can be found at

* All SVG files in `data/markup-themes' subdirectories are placed in
  public domain by Paul Pogonyshev.

* Files in the root directory of the distribution (this directory) and
  `build' directory are either licensed by different parties as free
  software or are in public domain.

[1] This file was taken from

    On the site there is a disclaimer with the following text:

	"Disclaimer: Background textures found on this site were not
	created by the webmaster. They were obtained from various
	sources on the internet that labeled them as "freely
	distributable". If you should discover images in this
	collection which you recognize as copyrighted, please email
	the webmaster immediately so that they may be removed."

    And in its "Terms of use" section, it is stated that

	"The background textures found on this site were not created
	by the webmaster, but were obtained from various sources on
	the internet that described these graphics as freeware. Some
	of the authors, however, might disapprove if their graphics
	were used, for example, as part of a commercial software
	package. Therefore, these graphics are best suited for
	personal use (i.e. on a personal web site.)"

    I'm very interested in a good texture that is either cleanly
    licensed in a non-restrictive way that allows redistribution and
    modification or is in public domain.  If you happen to have/know
    about such a texture that would fit Quarry's look, please send it
    or a link to it to <>.
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