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 +====== Midori ======
  
 +The main website of Midori is [[http://​www.twotoasts.de/​index.php?/​pages/​midori_summary.html|www.twotoasts.de]].
 +
 +See also the [[http://​wiki.xfce.org/​midori_faq|Midori Faq]].
 +
 +
 +===== About =====
 +Midori is a lightweight web browser.
 +
 +    * Full integration with GTK+2.
 +    * Fast rendering with WebKit.
 +    * Tabs, windows and session management.
 +    * Flexibly configurable Web Search.
 +    * User scripts and user styles support.
 +    * Straightforward bookmark management.
 +    * Customizable and extensible interface.
 +    * Extensions written in C.
 +    * Custom context menu actions.
 +
 +===== Releases =====
 +
 +Check the [[http://​www.twotoasts.de/​index.php?/​pages/​midori_summary.html|Midori website]] for releases and other information.
 +
 +===== Dependencies =====
 +Requirements:​ GTK+ 2.10, WebkitGtk, libXML2
 +
 +Optional: Unique 0.9, libsoup 2.4, sqlite 3.0, docutils, xdg-open
 +
 +
 +===== Building and Installing =====
 +Building and installing Midori is straightforward.
 +
 +Make sure you have Python 2.4 or higher installed.
 +
 +Change to the Midori folder on your hard disk in a terminal.
 +
 +Run './waf configure'​
 +
 +Run './waf build'
 +
 +You can now run Midori from _build_/​default/​midori
 +
 +You can install it with './waf install'​
 +
 +For further options run './waf %%--%%help'​
 +
 +===== Reporting Bugs =====
 +
 +Bugs should be reported to the [[http://​www.twotoasts.de/​bugs|Bugtracker]].