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Final doc changes (really!) for 1.0.3.

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  2. +9 −2 INSTALL
  3. +4 −0 README
  4. +9 −2 docs/INSTALL
  5. +11 −2 docs/INSTALL.html
  6. +11 −3 docs/INSTALL.pod
  7. +4 −0 docs/README
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22 CHANGES
@@ -1,16 +1,4 @@
-slash-1.0.4, 2000.xx.xx
------------------------
-
-* Log more errors for portald
-
-* Fixed missing semicolon following "<&lt" in Slash.pm
-
-* Removed spurious + from some displayed nicknames
-
-* Catch bad formkeys in comments.pl
-
-
-slash-1.0.3, 2000.05.18
+slash-1.0.3, 2000.05.22
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* Fixed 404.pl and search.pl to strip HTML that may have been
@@ -125,6 +113,14 @@ slash-1.0.3, 2000.05.18
* Changed utils/slashd to use /home/slash instead of
/home/slashdot by default (Ricardo Manuel Oliveira)
+* Log more errors for portald
+
+* Fixed missing semicolon following "<&lt" in Slash.pm
+
+* Removed spurious + from some displayed nicknames
+
+* Catch bad formkeys in comments.pl
+
slash-1.0.2, 2000.04.12
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11 INSTALL
@@ -151,8 +151,15 @@ SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421
The CVS repository is tagged with versions, so to get release 1.0.3,
- get tag v1_0_3_0. The last number will be incremented during
- development (v1_0_3_1, v1_0_3_2, etc.) until the next release.
+ get tag "v1_0_3_0". The last number will be incremented during
+ development ("v1_0_3_1", "v1_0_3_2", etc.) until the next release.
+ Sometimes, a release may be tagged with a last number of something
+ other than "0". Exactly what tag a given release is based on is in
+ README.
+
+ There is a separate development branch of Slash. Its branch is
+ "bender". Primarily small changes and bugfixes will go into the MAIN
+ branch, with major changes going into the development branch.
PRE-INSTALLATION THOUGHTS
The are several configurations recommended, depending on scale.
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4 README
@@ -30,6 +30,10 @@ DESCRIPTION
See the Slash web site, with support, docs, latest downloads, FAQs, and
more, at <URL:http://slashcode.com/>.
+ This release is tagged in CVS as v1_0_3_1. See the SourceForge site at
+ http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421 for CVS, bug reporting,
+ patch submissions, and downloads.
+
What is Slash?
Maybe this is a dumb question, but why not get this answered? Slash is a
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@@ -151,8 +151,15 @@ SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421
The CVS repository is tagged with versions, so to get release 1.0.3,
- get tag v1_0_3_0. The last number will be incremented during
- development (v1_0_3_1, v1_0_3_2, etc.) until the next release.
+ get tag "v1_0_3_0". The last number will be incremented during
+ development ("v1_0_3_1", "v1_0_3_2", etc.) until the next release.
+ Sometimes, a release may be tagged with a last number of something
+ other than "0". Exactly what tag a given release is based on is in
+ README.
+
+ There is a separate development branch of Slash. Its branch is
+ "bender". Primarily small changes and bugfixes will go into the MAIN
+ branch, with major changes going into the development branch.
PRE-INSTALLATION THOUGHTS
The are several configurations recommended, depending on scale.
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@@ -380,8 +380,17 @@
<P>
The CVS repository is tagged with versions, so to get release 1.0.3, get
-tag v1_0_3_0. The last number will be incremented during development
-(v1_0_3_1, v1_0_3_2, etc.) until the next release.
+tag ``v1_0_3_0''. The last number will be incremented during development
+(``v1_0_3_1'', ``v1_0_3_2'', etc.) until the next release. Sometimes, a
+release may be tagged with a last number of something other than ``0''.
+Exactly what tag a given release is based on is in <EM>README</EM>.
+
+
+<P>
+
+There is a separate development branch of Slash. Its branch is ``bender''.
+Primarily small changes and bugfixes will go into the MAIN branch, with
+major changes going into the development branch.
<P>
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@@ -195,9 +195,17 @@ You can get the Slash code in these locations:
http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421
The CVS repository is tagged with versions, so to get release
-1.0.3, get tag v1_0_3_0. The last number will be incremented
-during development (v1_0_3_1, v1_0_3_2, etc.) until the next
-release.
+1.0.3, get tag "v1_0_3_0". The last number will be incremented
+during development ("v1_0_3_1", "v1_0_3_2", etc.) until the next
+release. Sometimes, a release may be tagged with a last number
+of something other than "0". Exactly what tag a given release
+is based on is in F<README>.
+
+There is a separate development branch of Slash. Its branch
+is "bender". Primarily small changes and bugfixes will go into
+the MAIN branch, with major changes going into the development
+branch.
+
=back
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@@ -30,6 +30,10 @@ DESCRIPTION
See the Slash web site, with support, docs, latest downloads, FAQs, and
more, at &lt;URL:http://slashcode.com/&gt;.
+ This release is tagged in CVS as v1_0_3_1. See the SourceForge site at
+ http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421 for CVS, bug reporting,
+ patch submissions, and downloads.
+
What is Slash?
Maybe this is a dumb question, but why not get this answered? Slash is a
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@@ -82,6 +82,13 @@
<P>
+This release is tagged in CVS as v1_0_3_1. See the SourceForge site at <A
+HREF="http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421">http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421</A>
+for CVS, bug reporting, patch submissions, and downloads.
+
+
+<P>
+
<P>
<HR>
<H2><A NAME="What_is_Slash_">What is Slash?
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@@ -32,6 +32,10 @@ first.
See the Slash web site, with support, docs, latest downloads, FAQs, and
more, at &lt;URL:http://slashcode.com/&gt;.
+This release is tagged in CVS as v1_0_3_1. See the SourceForge site
+at http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4421 for CVS, bug reporting,
+patch submissions, and downloads.
+
=head2 What is Slash?

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