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15 README
@@ -2,7 +2,13 @@ NAME
README - Slashdot Readme
DESCRIPTION
- This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.9. Please read
+ This is the FINAL VERSION of the 1.0 branch of Slash. It is not
+ supported. For a supported version of Slash, see the 2.0 branch.
+ This is a release for the benefit of those who choose to still
+ use the 1.0 branch, with various bug fixes.
+
+
+ This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.10. Please read
all documentation carefully. The various documents explain the
database schema, the various fields in the database, and some of
the reasoning behind the design of the schema, installation and
@@ -31,9 +37,6 @@ 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_9_0. See the SourceForge
- site at <http://sourceforge.net/projects/slashcode/> for CVS,
- bug reporting, patch submissions, and downloads.
What is Slash?
@@ -88,5 +91,5 @@ DESCRIPTION
See INSTALL.
AUTHOR
- Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Thursday,
- October 5, 2000.
+ Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Tuesday,
+ March 20, 2001
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10 Slash.pm
@@ -1445,8 +1445,14 @@ sub fixurl {
$url = fixHref($url) || $url;
if ($stripauth) {
my $uri = new URI $url;
- if ($uri && $uri->can('host')) {
- $uri->authority($uri->host);
+ if ($uri && $uri->can('host') && $uri->can('authority')) {
+ # don't need to print the port if we
+ # already have the correct port
+ my $host = $uri->can('host_port') &&
+ $uri->port != $uri->default_port
+ ? $uri->host_port
+ : $uri->host;
+ $uri->authority($host);
$url = $uri->as_string;
}
}
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15 docs/README
@@ -2,7 +2,13 @@ NAME
README - Slashdot Readme
DESCRIPTION
- This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.9. Please read
+ This is the FINAL VERSION of the 1.0 branch of Slash. It is not
+ supported. For a supported version of Slash, see the 2.0 branch.
+ This is a release for the benefit of those who choose to still
+ use the 1.0 branch, with various bug fixes.
+
+
+ This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.10. Please read
all documentation carefully. The various documents explain the
database schema, the various fields in the database, and some of
the reasoning behind the design of the schema, installation and
@@ -31,9 +37,6 @@ 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_9_0. See the SourceForge
- site at <http://sourceforge.net/projects/slashcode/> for CVS,
- bug reporting, patch submissions, and downloads.
What is Slash?
@@ -88,5 +91,5 @@ DESCRIPTION
See INSTALL.
AUTHOR
- Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Thursday,
- October 5, 2000.
+ Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Tuesday,
+ March 20, 2001
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16 docs/README.html
@@ -33,7 +33,13 @@
<HR>
<H1><A NAME="DESCRIPTION">DESCRIPTION</A></H1>
<P>
-This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.9. Please read all
+This is the FINAL VERSION of the 1.0 branch of Slash. It is not
+supported. For a supported version of Slash, see the 2.0 branch. This
+is a release for the benefit of those who choose to still use the 1.0
+branch, with various bug fixes.
+
+<P>
+This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.10. Please read all
documentation carefully. The various documents explain the database schema,
the various fields in the database, and some of the reasoning behind the
design of the schema, installation and setup.
@@ -63,11 +69,6 @@
more, at &lt;URL:http://slashcode.com/&gt;.
<P>
-This release is tagged in CVS as v1_0_9_0. See the SourceForge site at &lt;<A
-HREF="http://sourceforge.net/projects/slashcode/">http://sourceforge.net/projects/slashcode/</A>
-&gt; for CVS, bug reporting, patch submissions, and downloads.
-
-<P>
<HR>
<H2><A NAME="What_is_Slash_">What is Slash?</A></H2>
<P>
@@ -133,8 +134,7 @@
<HR>
<H1><A NAME="AUTHOR">AUTHOR</A></H1>
<P>
-Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Thursday, October 5,
-2000.
+Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Tuesday, March 20, 2001.
</BODY>
</HTML>
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14 docs/README.pod
@@ -4,7 +4,13 @@ README - Slashdot Readme
=head1 DESCRIPTION
-This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.9. Please read all
+This is the FINAL VERSION of the 1.0 branch of Slash. It is not
+supported. For a supported version of Slash, see the 2.0 branch. This
+is a release for the benefit of those who choose to still use the 1.0
+branch, with various bug fixes.
+
+
+This is the README file for Slash, release 1.0.10. Please read all
documentation carefully. The various documents explain the database
schema, the various fields in the database, and some of the reasoning
behind the design of the schema, installation and setup.
@@ -32,10 +38,6 @@ first.
See the Slash web site, with support, docs, latest downloads, FAQs, and
more, at E<lt>URL:http://slashcode.com/E<gt>.
-This release is tagged in CVS as v1_0_9_0. See the SourceForge site
-at E<lt>http://sourceforge.net/projects/slashcode/E<gt> for CVS, bug
-reporting, patch submissions, and downloads.
-
=head2 What is Slash?
@@ -95,4 +97,4 @@ See F<INSTALL>.
=head1 AUTHOR
-Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Thursday, October 5, 2000.
+Patrick Galbraith and Chris Nandor. Last Modified Tuesday, March 20, 2001.
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