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location: README Our blurp, tooting our horn INSTALL The run_all_autoconf and friends incantations COPYING GPL 2.0 license distcc/README Martin's blurp distcc/INSTALL Also: more on masquerading, host lists, distcc/COPYING GPL 2.0 license distcc/NEWS Recently updated distcc/AUTHORS Martin Pool distcc/README.packaging Various advice (version numbering etc) distcc/TODO A very long list (not updated) distcc/ChangeLog All changes under arch and under bzr distcc/ChangeLog.old All changes from before arch. Now all live in the top-level directory. This is the first step towards our eventual goal of getting rid of the second-level distcc and include_server directories, and just having everything under one top-level directory. We're all part of the same project now! Here's how I merged and updated content: . README became README.pump. It was slightly edited for clarity. (I also redid all the line-wrapping, which makes diff-ing difficult. :-( ) distcc/README became README, with a small amount of text added to describe 'pump' mode, and point to README.pump. . distcc/NEWS became NEWS. pump functionality was added (a new "distcc-3.0" entry). I also added all new features and bug-fixes since we moved from arch to bzr. It looks like NEWS was well-maintained before the move to bzr, so this might be pretty complete. There may be some more pump-developed bugfixes we need to add, though. . I got rid of distcc/COPYING. Now COPYING is the only license in this directory. This file was not changed. It remains the GPL 2.0 license. . distcc/AUTHORS became AUTHORS. I changed Martin to maintainer emeritus. I added the Google authors as authors of the "pump" functionality, and current maintainers. I set the Google email address to be email@example.com, which is a new group I've set up to be the clearinghouse for distcc discussions. . distcc/README.packaging became README.packaging. It was not otherwise changed. . distcc/TODO became TODO. It was not otherwise changed, except I added that folks should look for FIXMEs in source files, not just TODOs. . I merged INSTALL and distcc/INSTALL (in that order). I rearranged the text a little bit to remove redundancy (both talked about running 'configure'), but did not make any contentful changes. . I merged distcc/ChangeLog and distcc/ChangeLog.old to have a single changelog again going all the way to 2002. Comments now separate the various version control systems used. (svn is #4!) The single ChangeLog file now lives in the top-level directory.
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|+Author and maintainer emeritus of distcc:|
|+ Martin Pool <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|+Authors of "pump" functionality, and maintainers of distcc:|
|+ Nils Klarlund <email@example.com>|
|+ Fergus Henderson|
|+ Craig Silverstein|
|+ Manos Renieris|
|+See NEWS for credits of other contributors.|
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