A Classical Object-Oriented Framework for JavaScript

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Configuring ease.js

  Copyright (C) 2013, 2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

  This file is part of GNU ease.js.

  Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are
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  of any kind.

This file contains information on configuring and building GNU ease.js; for
information on using the library, please see the Markdown-formatted README.md
file or the Texinfo manual.


For information on installing ease.js on your system, see INSTALL.
Alternatively, you may install the software using npm by issuing the
following command:

  $ npm install easejs


If your distribution contains a `configure' file in the project root, you
may jump immediately to INSTALL.

Otherwise, you likely have the sources as they exist in the project
repository, which does not contain the generated `configure' script; you
may generate it by issuing the following command:

  $ autoreconf -fvi

Please note that certain files (such as AUTHORS, NEWS, and ChangeLog) are
generated as part of the `dist' target and do not exist as part of the

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