Feel free to hack Xacobeo and to send patches. The application's code should be
documented well enough for anyone to jump in and to have fun.

The latest version of the code is available at:

Xacobeo is mainly written in Perl and has some bits of XS (C functions) in order
to improve its performance. Ideally all hacking should be done in Perl and C
should be used as a last resort.

The application relies heavily on XML::LibXML and indirectly on libxml2. All XML
operations are performed through these libraries.

Xacobeo is translated into other languages through GNU's standard gettext
mechanism (thanks to Locale::TextDomain). When adding code make sure that all
output is marked to be translated by using the proper i18n functions (__ and
friends). Take a look at perldoc lib/Xacobeo/I18n.pm.

Command line utilities

Xacobeo provides a built-in script: 'commands' that makes the testing of the
application easier. This script is used to build, test, run, translate and even
release Xacobeo.

To build the application simply do:
	./commands build

To test your changes:
	./commands test

To run the application without installing it:
	./commands run

You can change the default input file through the parameter FILE:
	./commands run FILE=tests/SVG.svg

To find memory leaks in newly added XS code do:
	./commands leaks

To update the I18n .po files run:
	./commands i18n

To check that all your new files will be uploaded to CPAN do:
	./command distcheck

To clean your working folder:
	./command clean

The script 'commands' provides more utilities, make sure to peek at the file.