Diff for /gnujdoc/MANUALS between versions 1.4 and 1.19

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 This file says what manuals exist in gnujdoc. The character `+' in the  This file says what manuals exist in gnujdoc.  The character `+' in the
 first column of each entry represents that the manual exists in  first column of each entry represents that the manual exists in
 current version of gnujdoc, while the character `-' does that the  current version of gnujdoc, while the character `-' does that the
 manual is not in current version any longer. And, the second column is  manual is not in current version any longer.  And, the second column is
 the description of the manual, the third one is the directory, and the  the description of the manual, the third one is the directory, and the
 fourth one is the mail address of the author or the maintainer if the  fourth is how the copyright is dealt, such as disclaimed or assigned.
 first column is `+' and is the CVS tag to checkout the manual if the  The meaning of the fifth column depends on the first one.
 first column is `-'.  If the first column is `+', then the fifth one is the email address
   of the author, the maintainer or the translator.  If the first column
   is `-', then the fifth one is the CVS tag to checkout the manual.
   
 Thus, you can obtain any manual you want, by following this:  Thus, you can obtain any manual you want, by following this:
   
 $ cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@duff.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp:/usr/local/cvsroot \  $ cvs -d :pserver:guest@openlab.ring.gr.jp:/circus/openlab \
       checkout gnujdoc/[The directory that has the manual you want]        checkout gnujdoc/[The directory that has the manual you want]
   
 in a case where the manual exists in current version, otherwise:  in a case where the manual exists in current version, otherwise:
   
 $ cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@duff.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp:/usr/local/cvsroot \  $ cvs -d :pserver:guest@openlab.ring.gr.jp:/circus/openlab \
       checkout -r [The tag that represents the manual] gnujdoc        checkout -r [The tag that represents the manual] gnujdoc
   
 For instructions on installing the package, See the file `INSTALL'.  In either case, enter ``guest'' when prompted for a password.
   
   For instructions on installing the package, see the file `INSTALL'.
   
 +   Autoconf 2.12              autoconf-1.2         ?  
   +   Autoconf 2.12              autoconf-2.12        ?
   +   Autoconf 2.13              autoconf-2.13        arai
 +   Automake 1.3               automake-1.3         okuji  +   Automake 1.3               automake-1.3         okuji
   +   Automake 1.4               automake-1.4         arai
 +   Bison 1.25                 bison-1.25           ?  +   Bison 1.25                 bison-1.25           ?
   +   Binutils 2.10.1            binutils-2.10.1      futoshi
   +   Binutils 2.11              binutils-2.11        futoshi
   +   Binutils 2.11.2            binutils-2.11.2      futoshi
 +   CVS 1.10                   cvs-1.10             hayashi  +   CVS 1.10                   cvs-1.10             hayashi
 +   CVS 1.10.5                 cvs-1.10.5           hayashi     +   CVS 1.10.5                 cvs-1.10.5           hayashi
 +   Emacs 20.3                 emacs-20.3           ?  +   Emacs 20.3                 emacs-20.3           ?
   +   Fileutils 4.0              fileutils-4.0        futoshi
   +   Fileutils 4.1              fileutils-4.1        futoshi
 +   Flex 2.5.4                 flex                 kichikaw  +   Flex 2.5.4                 flex                 kichikaw
 +   GDB 4.16                   gdb-4.16             kichikaw  +   GDB 4.16                   gdb-4.16             kichikaw
 +   GDB 4.17                   gdb-4.17             kichikaw  +   GDB 4.17                   gdb-4.17             kichikaw
 +   GDB 4.18                   gdb-4.18             kichikaw  +   GDB 4.18                   gdb-4.18             kichikaw
   +   GNU Privacy Handbook       gph-1.0.4-ja         iida        assigned
   +   Grep 2.4.2                 grep-2.4.2           futoshi
 +   GZIP 1.2.4                 gzip-1.2.4           okuji  +   GZIP 1.2.4                 gzip-1.2.4           okuji
 +   Hurd 0.2                   hurd-0.2             okuji  +   Hurd 0.2                   hurd-0.2             okuji
   +   Libtool 1.3.5              libtool-1.3.5        futoshi
   +   Libtool 1.4                libtool-1.4          futoshi
   +   Libtool 1.4.1              libtool-1.4.1        futoshi
   +   M4 1.4                     m4-1.4               minejima    assigned
 +   GNU Coding Standards       standards-19981118   okuji  +   GNU Coding Standards       standards-19981118   okuji
   +   Shell utils 2.0            sh-utils-2.0         futoshi
   +   Texinfo 4.0                texinfo-4.0          futoshi
   +   Textutils 2.0              textutils-2.0        futoshi
   +   Wget 1.5.3                 wget-1.5.3           futoshi
   +   Wget 1.6                   wget-1.6             futoshi
   +   Wget 1.7                   wget-1.7             futoshi
   
   hayashi: Yoshiki Hayashi  <t90553@mail.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
 hayashi: Yoshiki Hayashi  <g740685@komaba.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp>  
 kichikaw: Kazuhisa Ichikawa  <ki@home.email.ne.jp>  kichikaw: Kazuhisa Ichikawa  <ki@home.email.ne.jp>
 okuji: OKUJI Yoshinori  <okuji@kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp>  okuji: OKUJI Yoshinori  <okuji@kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
   futoshi: Nishio Futoshi <fut_nis@d3.dion.ne.jp>
   iida: IIDA Yosiaki  <iida@ring.gr.jp>
   arai: Koji Arai <jca02266@nifty.ne.jp>
   minejima: Yuji Minejima <ggb01164@nifty.ne.jp>

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