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archives
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AUTHORS
Archiver.cs
Makefile
Makefile.am
README
Ripper.cs
TODO
archeader
archives.html
contact
contributors
cvsspy
guicontributor.cs
header
interheader
interviewgen.sh
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mwncontributor.cs
mwnripper.cs
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template.html
ui.glade

README

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
/ Information for MWN contributors and MWN Tools users /
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

** Tools

 *  contributor.exe		Console tool for contributing MWN in 
				the proper format.

 *  guicontributor.exe		Gtk# tool for contributing MWN in the 
				proper format.

 *  monocvsspy.exe		Program that generates CVS statistics 
				by downloading the mono-cvs mailing 
				list monthly digest and parsing it.

 *  ripper.exe			Console tool for editing MWN issues 
				using contributed news items.

 *  archiver.exe		Console tool for generating the MWN 
				archive page.

////////////////////////////////////////////////
/ FAQ for MWN editors and MWN Tools developers /
////////////////////////////////////////////////

0. How to edit entries while using the ripper?
1. How do I create a modules.list file for MonoCvsSpy?

**** 0. How to edit entries while using the ripper?

You can't edit entries from the ripper itself. This might sound very 
strange but it was a design decission (we can change it if we have 
good reasons to do it, as we want to and we have the time to do it ;-)).
Instead of that, we preffer you to edit the news item (.mwnitem file) 
and reload the entries. This is proved to be much less error prone.

**** 1. How do I create a modules.list file for MonoCvsSpy?

In order to generate the modules list, enter the following command in the mcs/class directory:

for i in `ls`; do echo $i | grep -v README | grep -v PEAPI | grep -v LICENSE | grep -v CVS | grep -v ChangeLog | grep -v lib | grep -v Makefile | grep -v notes; done > modules.list

Then you should add '/' to the end of each line that appears several times.
In particular, add it to 'System' and 'doc'.

The modules.list file should be moved to the directory where 
the monocvsspy.exe file is. 


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