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Re: Modifying upstream README

On Tue, Feb 24, 1998 at 12:55:41PM +0100, Jens Ritter wrote:
> Hi all, 
> I got this as a README:
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> This program can be built on both MS-DOS and Unix.  Because MS-DOS
> development tools differ so much from one another, a ready-to-run
> OTP.EXE is included in this archive.  It was compiled with Microsoft
> Visual C++ 1.52.  If you rebuild using that compiler, you will
> probably get a compiler crash in MD5.C; the compiler will restart and
> the resulting output will be correct.  Microsoft.
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> however in a Source File there´s a much more valuable description
> with Credits, how the program renders some values etc. 
> May I change the upstream readme to include the information from the
> source file (with notes, that I have modified it, of course) ?

As long as you don't modify it in the upstream archive but only in the
debian diff.gz that's ok.



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