Re: 21.1 RC
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Roland Mas <email@example.com> writes:
> Dear Sirs/Madams,
> It has come to my attention that the Savannah website at
> <URL:http://savannah.gnu.org/cvs/?group_id=40> describes a convenient way to
> get the current Emacs sources from the CVS repository where they live. It has
> also come to my attention that there is a CVS branch named EMACS_21_1_RC. No
> authentication is needed to access these websites, therefore I suspect this is
> public information.
... disclaimer: I am not a GNU Emacs developer but I have talked with them a
Please note that the GNU Emacs developers do not want you assuming that this
branch is official (it has not been announced). Also... please do not make
.debs for this or send e-mail other than detailed bug reports.
They have been concerned about an information overload and are trying to setup
everything correctly so that it is ready by the time they ship.
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- Re: 21.1 RC
- From: Andreas Leitner <email@example.com>
- 21.1 RC
- From: Roland Mas <firstname.lastname@example.org>