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    11= Welcome to WARP project page =
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     3[[Image(main_window_thumb.jpeg, align=right, link=http://trac.erichseifert.de/warp/attachment/wiki/WikiStart/main_window.png, margin-left=20, margin-right=10, margin-bottom=20)]]
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    35'''WARP''' is a recursive acronym which means "'''W'''ARP is '''A''' '''R'''eplay '''P'''arser". As you already might have suggested due to the recursive project name, WARP is licensed under the [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html GNU GPL license].
     
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    911Feel free to create an account and report bugs or propose enhancements for WARP.
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     13== Features ==
     14WARP is an '''easy to use replay manager'''. It allows you to rename files and to quickly peek into the saved games. Sorting and filtering the replay list for specific attributes, for example player names, the save date, and much more, make it easy to gather the information you are looking for.
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     16Additionally, WARP will support a '''variety of replay formats''', making it capable to handle several games with a single application.
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     18As a bonus, WARP is entirely written in Java, thus being '''platform independent'''.
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     20Supported replay formats include:
     21 * [wiki:SC2ReplayFormat SC2Replay] files
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    1123== Requirements ==
     
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    1931If you experience problems, check the [wiki:Troubleshooting] article.
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    21 == Features ==
    22 WARP is an '''easy to use replay manager'''. It allows you to rename files and to quickly peek into the saved games. Sorting and filtering the replay list for specific attributes, for example player names, the save date, and much more, make it easy to gather the information you are looking for.
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    24 Additionally, WARP will support a '''variety of replay formats''', making it capable to handle several games with a single application.
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    26 As a bonus, WARP is entirely written in Java, thus being '''platform independent'''.
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    28 Supported replay formats include:
    29  * [wiki:SC2ReplayFormat SC2Replay] files