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Re: CD top-level README

On Wed, 17 May 2000, Raphael Hertzog wrote:

> Le Wed, May 17, 2000 at 01:31:43AM +0200, J.A. Bezemer écrivait:
> > Hi!
> Hi,
> > I didn't have much else to do, so I tried making a nice top-level README for
> > the CDs. And I must say I'm quite pleased by the result ;-)
> Great ! I asked for them a couple of time but never got an answer... ;-)
> thanks !
> I've taken a look at it and it seems pretty functionnal. However /upgrade
> is not yet on CD... :) And I recall you that /install (& /upgrade) will
> only be available on the first CD.

Yep. As is /doc. That's one of the "TODO" things. Easy with some more
#if's ;-)

> > (also .txt). This is (re)created for each CD, with minor adjustments (~see
> > MakeTxt). Note: my webserver seems to forget README* in the dir listing.
> Unfortunately MakeTxt will not give you much information since you don't
> know what will be in $2 (BTW: arch can also be powerpc & arm (they are not
> on the list at the beginning of MakeTxt))... you may give installation
> instructions only on first CD and refer to the first CD on the other CDs.

MakeTxt is a temporary kludge for my testing. It will disappear once I get the
stuff in the Makefile. (Actually, I use it for UPGRADING.html/txt, which is
where the apt-setup.html.in comes from ;-)

  Anne Bezemer

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