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[Savannah-cvs] [368] Update passage.

From: ineiev
Subject: [Savannah-cvs] [368] Update passage.
Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2019 03:32:51 -0500 (EST)

Revision: 368
Author:   ineiev
Date:     2019-02-03 03:32:51 -0500 (Sun, 03 Feb 2019)
Log Message:
Update passage.

Modified Paths:

Modified: trunk/sviki/ListServer.mdwn
--- trunk/sviki/ListServer.mdwn 2019-02-02 08:33:53 UTC (rev 367)
+++ trunk/sviki/ListServer.mdwn 2019-02-03 08:32:51 UTC (rev 368)
@@ -52,17 +52,12 @@
 For lists whose names do not follow an allowed pattern, savannah-hackers
 must manually run `~/` on lists, and then attach the
-list to the given project using `infra/maintenance/`:
+list to the given project using `~/bin/` on address@hidden:
-    infra/maintenance/ -a yourlogin -g project -l listname
+    ~/bin/ -a yourlogin -g project -l listname
     # check if there's no error
-    infra/maintenance/ -a yourlogin -g project -l listname | mysql savane
+    ~/bin/ -a yourlogin -g project -l listname | mysql savane
-Well, the pipe doesn't actually work.  You have to run on vcs,
-save the sqlcmd that is output, and then, on mgt0, run:
-    echo "sqlcmd" | mysql savane
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