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    1 Author: Cristian Greco <cristian.debian@gmail.com>
    2 Description: Better documentation for README.module (in particular, specify
    3 where to install user modules).
    4 Index: git/extra/README.module
    5 ===================================================================
    6 --- git.orig/extra/README.module    2014-10-29 10:58:38.608397451 +0100
    7 +++ git/extra/README.module 2014-10-29 11:06:03.428377620 +0100
    8 @@ -1,8 +1,14 @@
    9  USER MODULES:
   10  
   11 -The best way to incorporate you own module is to copy the sample.m
   12 -to a new file and change the various values accordinly.  If you're
   13 -familiar with Perl and hashes, then writing your own shouldn't be a
   14 +You can use modules to extend pacpl conversion features adding new supported
   15 +file formats.
   16 +
   17 +The best way to incorporate you own module is to copy the sample.m to a new
   18 +file and change the various values accordingly. Then place the module in
   19 +/etc/pacpl/modules and it will be automatically detected next time you run
   20 +pacpl.
   21 +
   22 +If you're familiar with Perl and hashes, then writing your own shouldn't be a
   23  problem.
   24  
   25  Wild card %i will be the input file, and wild card %o will be 
   26 @@ -11,7 +17,5 @@
   27  ESTR = string used to encode the temporary .wav file
   28  DSTR = string used to decode to the temporary .wav file
   29  
   30 -
   31 -
   32  It should be noted that for the time being --dopts and --eopts will no
   33  longer work with imported codecs.