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A few simple updates to the install script and docs. #1388

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Ch00rD commented Oct 29, 2011

Replaced "280north" by "cappuccino" for github username and all github URL references in the install script and documentation.

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Replaced "280north" by "cappuccino" for github username and all github
URL references in the install script and documentation.
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@aparajita aparajita added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 29, 2011

@aparajita aparajita Merge pull request #1388 from Ch00rD/master
A few simple updates to the install script and docs.
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@aparajita aparajita merged commit fb74541 into cappuccino:master Oct 29, 2011

jaehess commented Oct 29, 2011

This breaks the bootstrap, since narwhal doesn't exist in the cappuccino repo.

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Ch00rD commented Oct 29, 2011

Oh, oops, sorry! (I checked some links, and then wrongly assumed it was all there)

Should narwhal not be cloned into the cappuccino repo then?

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aljungberg commented Oct 29, 2011

Even when changes are simple, please always test them before submitting a pull request.

Since narwhal is not really being developed anymore and is likely to be dropped in the future, I don't know if we will clone it into the cappuccino repo.

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aparajita commented Oct 29, 2011

I'll take the blame for committing. I assumed it had been tested before the pull request was made, I should have asked.

@cappbot cappbot added this to the Someday milestone Sep 29, 2015

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cappbot commented Sep 29, 2015

Milestone: Someday. Label: #new. What's next? A reviewer should examine this issue.

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