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Before you begin, make sure that you have read the Ferite user's manual. It will familiarize you with terms and concepts that are necessary for understanding the material that will be presented to you here.
This manual is designed to serve several large purposes, and Ferite is presently quite a moving target. Therefore, this document is written to describe a very specific version of Ferite, and much of its content may not apply to previous or future versions. The exact version of Ferite that this document applies to can be found in the title. I do my best to keep this manual up to date, but if you find inconsistencies or statements that are no longer accurate, please report them. The latest version of this document, as well as any past version can be found on the Ferite web site (http://www.ferite.org).
The individual sections are arranged to first give you a quick understanding of how things generally work, and then go into further detail. The chapters are progressively arranged, each chapter building upon the those that preceded it. It is recommended that first time readers read straight from the beginning through to the intended section.
If you are simply interested in Embedding ferite, you could probably just skip to that section Then again you wouldn't be armed with the knowledge to do much more than simply loading a pre-built script and running it, having no connection between your application and ferite itself. In order to really make ferite do useful things, read everything leading up to what you want to know.
It is also suggested that you read this document with a copy of the C api documentation as it points out not only the mentioned methods but also the methods that are releated to them.
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