A GUI-driven battery manager built with gtk.
 
 
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README.md

BatMan - A GUI Battery management tool

BatMan offers a simple GUI oriented way to configure batteries and display detailed information about them.

Build

No prebuilt binaries are provided at the moment. To use the application you'll have to build it yourself. For this you'll need a configured Rust toolchain. Check out the page rust-lang page for a quick setup.

When you have everything setup, clone the repository and use cargo to build the repository.

$ git clone some-link
$ cd batman
$ # Build for the release target
$ # this will drastically decrease the size of the resulting binaries
$ cargo build --release

Installation

Under scripts two scripts are provided to install the build application. For this use the install.sh script.

# # Choose /usr for a system wide installation
# ./scripts/install.sh  /usr
# # Choose USER/.local for a user specific installation
# ./scripts/install.sh /home/USER/.local