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Fri Feb 16 13:39:24 2001 UTC (18 years, 9 months ago) by iida
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Rewrite description of the 5th column in MANUALS.

    1: -*- Text -*-
    2: 
    3: This file says what manuals exist in gnujdoc.  The character `+' in the
    4: first column of each entry represents that the manual exists in
    5: current version of gnujdoc, while the character `-' does that the
    6: manual is not in current version any longer.  And, the second column is
    7: the description of the manual, the third one is the directory, and the
    8: fourth is how the copyright is dealt, such as disclaimed or assigned.
    9: The meaning of the fifth column depends on the first one.
   10: If the first column is `+', then the fifth one is the email address
   11: of the author, the maintainer or the translator.  If the first column
   12: is `-', then the fifth one is the CVS tag to checkout the manual.
   13: 
   14: Thus, you can obtain any manual you want, by following this:
   15: 
   16: $ cvs -d :pserver:guest@openlab.ring.gr.jp:/circus/openlab \
   17:       checkout gnujdoc/[The directory that has the manual you want]
   18: 
   19: in a case where the manual exists in current version, otherwise:
   20: 
   21: $ cvs -d :pserver:guest@openlab.ring.gr.jp:/circus/openlab \
   22:       checkout -r [The tag that represents the manual] gnujdoc
   23: 
   24: In either case, enter ``guest'' when prompted for a password.
   25: 
   26: For instructions on installing the package, see the file `INSTALL'.
   27: 
   28: 
   29: +   Autoconf 2.12	       autoconf-2.12	    ?
   30: +   Autoconf 2.13	       autoconf-2.13	    arai
   31: +   Automake 1.3	       automake-1.3	    okuji
   32: +   Automake 1.4	       automake-1.4	    arai
   33: +   Bison 1.25		       bison-1.25	    ?
   34: +   CVS 1.10		       cvs-1.10		    hayashi
   35: +   CVS 1.10.5		       cvs-1.10.5	    hayashi
   36: +   Emacs 20.3		       emacs-20.3	    ?
   37: +   Fileutils 4.0              fileutils-4.0        futoshi
   38: +   Flex 2.5.4		       flex		    kichikaw
   39: +   GDB 4.16		       gdb-4.16		    kichikaw
   40: +   GDB 4.17		       gdb-4.17		    kichikaw
   41: +   GDB 4.18		       gdb-4.18		    kichikaw
   42: +   GNU Privacy Handbook       gph-1.0.4-ja         iida        assigned
   43: +   Grep 2.4.2                 grep-2.4.2           futoshi
   44: +   GZIP 1.2.4                 gzip-1.2.4           okuji
   45: +   Hurd 0.2		       hurd-0.2		    okuji
   46: +   Libtool 1.3.5              libtool-1.3.5        futoshi
   47: +   GNU Coding Standards       standards-19981118   okuji
   48: +   Shell utils 2.0	       sh-utils-2.0	    futoshi
   49: +   Texinfo 4.0                texinfo-4.0          futoshi
   50: +   Textutils 2.0              textutils-2.0        futoshi
   51: +   Wget 1.5.3                 wget-1.5.3           futoshi
   52: 
   53: hayashi: Yoshiki Hayashi  <t90553@mail.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
   54: kichikaw: Kazuhisa Ichikawa  <ki@home.email.ne.jp>
   55: okuji: OKUJI Yoshinori  <okuji@kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
   56: futoshi: Nishio Futoshi <fut_nis@d3.dion.ne.jp>
   57: iida: IIDA Yosiaki  <iida@ring.gr.jp>
   58: arai: Koji Arai <jca02266@nifty.ne.jp>

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