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README

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# README                                                                       #
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# Description: This file serves as a README and documentation for Recitaion 2. #
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# Authors: Athula Balachandran <abalacha@cs.cmu.edu>,                          #
#          Wolf Richter <wolf@cs.cmu.edu>                                      #
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[TOC-1] Table of Contents
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        [TOC-1] Table of Contents
        [DES-2] Description of Files
        [RUN-3] How to Run




[DES-2] Description of Files
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Here is a listing of all files associated with Recitation 1 and what their'
purpose is:

                    .../README                  - Current document 
                    .../recitation2.pdf         - Provided slides/reference
                    .../src/echo_client.c       - Copied from recitation1
                    .../src/echo_server.c       - Copied from recitation1
                    .../src/Makefile            - Updated from recitation1
                    .../src/liso.c              - Sneak peek on Project 1
                    .../src/git.tar.gz          - Example git repository+clone
                    .../src/svn.tar.gz          - Example svn repository+wc's
                    .../src/recitation2.odp     - OpenOffice recitation2 source




[RUN-3] How to Run
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You may build and run the echo client and echo server exactly as in Recitation 1
with the Makefile (it is semantically the same, if syntactically a bit
different).

Examine liso.c for clues on structuring Project 1 (start thinking early!).

Play around with svn and git using the provided sample repositories, or feel
free to create your own.