|author||Sergey Poznyakoff <email@example.com>||2013-04-25 15:59:56 +0300|
|committer||Sergey Poznyakoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2013-04-25 15:59:56 +0300|
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@@ -8,22 +8,23 @@ Eclat stands for EC2 Command Line Administrator Tool. It allows you to
manage Amazon EC2 services from the command line, fast and easy. It does
not require resource-consuming libraries. It is written in plain C,
depends only on libraries which are always installed on any decent system,
-and has a tiny memory footprint.
+and has low resource requirements.
-So far only a small fraction of EC2 actions is implemented. The set
-of actions is somewhat arbitrary and reflects my needs. See the file
-TODO for the detailed list of actions and their status. I will be
-adding new actions as the need arises and my time permits. Given a
-well established Eclat framework, implementing a new action is quiet
-straightforward and simple. If you are interested in a particular
+So far about 25% of EC2 actions is implemented. The set of actions is
+somewhat arbitrary and reflects my needs. See the file TODO for the
+detailed list of actions and their status. I will be adding new
+actions as the need arises and my time permits. Given a well
+established Eclat framework, implementing a new action is quite
+straightforward and simple. If you are interested in a particular
action, drop me a note and I'll try to implement it out of schedule
(see the email at the end of this document).
-Several man pages are ready. Most are to be written yet.
+Documentation in manpage format is available in the subdirectory doc.
+It is installed as usual after make install.