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+// $Id: CHANGELOG.txt,v 1.1.2.23 2010/03/16 21:33:48 sun Exp $
+
+Menu Trails x.x-x.x, xxxx-xx-xx
+-------------------------------
+
+
+Menu Trails 6.x-1.x, xxxx-xx-xx
+-------------------------------
+
+
+Menu Trails 6.x-1.1, 2010-03-16
+-------------------------------
+#630290 by grendzy: Fixed views integration ignores global breadcrumb setting.
+#632070 by sun, nemchenk: Fixed first group removed from $node->og_groups.
+#547634 by eojthebrave, sun: Fixed wrong node parent assigned via taxonomy term.
+#430290 by eojthebrave, sun: Added parent item selection from any menu.
+#368074 by sun: Fixed token values not generated for nodes without menu item.
+#368071 by sun: Fixed all slashes stripped from Pathauto tokens.
+#364717 by sun: Fixed some more PHP notices and proper usage of t().
+#344853 by sun: Fixed breadcrumb contains "array" in certain cases; Updated
+ theme_links() override with current Drupal core code.
+#340725 by dynamind, chris.cohen: Added Views integration.
+#328517 by eojthebrave, sun: Fixed README.txt (about theme override function).
+#425712 by michaek: Fixed breadcrumb contains ancestors of the current page.
+#379952 by crischan: Fixed missing db_query() table prefix placeholder for OG.
+#331870 by Starnox, acstewart, noahb: Fixed breadcrumb contains all sub-links of
+ an expanded link.
+#377476 by pebosi: Added hook_uninstall().
+#364717 by drewish, sun: Fixed PHP notices.
+#363244 by Sutharsan: Fixed parsing error in .info file.
+#327687 by sun: Fixed PHP notices.
+#159705 by Sutharsan, sun: Fixed PHP notices if Taxonomy module is not enabled.
+#327648 by sun: Changed location of admin settings to admin/build/menu/trails.
+#324631 by sun: Fixed typos in settings form.
+#325613 by sun: Code clean-up.
+#313556 by joshk: Fixed PHP fatal error if Taxonomy module not exists.
+by joshk: Added Token support for Pathauto integration.
+by joshk: Added breadcrumb support.
+by joshk: Added OG support.
+by joshk: Ported to Drupal 6.x.
+
+
+Menu Trails 5.x-x.x, xxxx-xx-xx
+-------------------------------
+#154464 by joshk: Fixed Menu Trails By Category in $nodetype not saved.
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+/* $Id: README.TXT,v 1.1.4.3 2009/07/24 15:32:54 sun Exp $ */
+
+-- SUMMARY --
+
+Menu Trails implements primary/secondary links which keep the current menu trail
+"active" or highlighted. The module provides a means of broadly categorizing
+nodes (by type or taxonomy) as falling "under" a known menu item. These nodes
+are not added to the menu tree (keeping the menu admin system sane) but they
+will trigger the functionality above -- preserving navigation state for the user
+-- when being viewed.
+
+For a full description of the module, visit the project page:
+ http://drupal.org/project/menutrails
+
+To submit bug reports and feature suggestions, or to track changes:
+ http://drupal.org/project/issues/menutrails
+
+
+-- REQUIREMENTS --
+
+None.
+
+
+-- INSTALLATION --
+
+* Install as usual, see http://drupal.org/node/70151 for further information.
+
+
+-- CONFIGURATION --
+
+* Classify nodes in Administer >> Site building >> Menus >> Trails.
+
+
+-- TROUBLESHOOTING --
+
+Menu Trails contains a built-in override for theme_links(), which is necessary
+to add the "active" class to the containing <li> for each menu item. If your
+theme already includes an override, this may cause a PHP error, and you will
+need to work out the differences between the two theme overrides yourself.
+
+The 5.x version of the module required you to manually override theme_links() in
+your theme's template.php file.
+
+Note that if your theme already overrides the theme_links() function in
+template.php file, then you need to manually reconcile the differences between
+your THEMENAME_links() and Menu Trails' phptemplate_links() function. The final
+result should live in THEMENAME_links() in your template.php file.
+
+Feel free to suggest better alternatives or other ways to tackle the issue if
+you have them.
+
+
+-- CONTACT --
+
+Current maintainers:
+* Daniel F. Kudwien (sun) - http://drupal.org/user/54136
+* Stefan M. Kudwien (smk-ka) - http://drupal.org/user/48898
+
+
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+; $Id: menutrails.info,v 1.3.2.1 2009/01/23 17:31:49 sun Exp $
+name = Menu Trails
+description = "Dynamically assign 'trails' so that Drupal menus remain in active state when viewing individual nodes."
+dependencies[] = menu
+core = 6.x
+; Information added by drupal.org packaging script on 2010-03-16
+version = "6.x-1.1"
+core = "6.x"
+project = "menutrails"
+datestamp = "1268775607"
+
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