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2: GNU Japanese Documentation package version 0.0.
5: This is the GNU Japanese Documentation package. We intend to make a
6: package for Japanese documents about the GNU Project, and provide
7: simple and easy installation methods for end-users.
9: For instructions on installing the package, see the file `INSTALL'.
11: The latest package can be obtained from our cvs server; The cvsroot
12: is `:pserver:email@example.com:/circus/cvsroot',
13: and the module name is `gnujdoc'. The password for the `guest' user
14: is `guest'.
16: If you want to get only a part of gnujdoc documents, you may get the
17: top-level directory and subdiretories that you want, like this:
19: $ cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/circus/cvsroot \
20: checkout -l gnujdoc
21: $ cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/usr/local/cvsroot \
22: checkout gnujdoc/automake
24: Now, change directory to gnujdoc and execute autoreconf command with
25: -f (--force) and -i (--install) options.
27: $ cd gnujdoc
28: $ autoreconf -fi
30: If you get some error messages, please upgrade some packages, such as
31: autoconf, automake, texinfo, and emacs. Configure script is now
32: avaiable, you could follow INSTALL file.
35: Please refer to the file `MANUALS' to see what manuals are included
36: in the package.
38: Bug reports for the package should be sent to the gnujdoc mailing-list
39: <firstname.lastname@example.org>. If you are interested in this project, then join
40: the mailing-list `email@example.com'. How to join the mailing-list is
41: described in <URL:http://mail.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/gnu-devels-jp>.