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67f133157b132d11ab1d7c2515aceb0579e36b65 — Ariadna Vigo 5 months ago df305e2
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the dynamic library available to your system. Usually, this is performed via
``ldconfig(8)``, but refer to your system's documentation.

sline is fully implemented in one single module with one single associated
header, namely ``sline.c`` and ``sline.h``, respectively. This also makes the
library easily used as-is by including it as a module into your project. If
you want to follow this route, make sure your project has access to a
compatible implementation of ``strlcpy()`` or make use of the one included in 
sline itself.

## API manuals

sline's API is very simple. You may refer to the sline(3) manual page for an