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[help-texinfo] address@hidden: tetex-src contains a leftover CVS directo

From: Thomas Esser
Subject: [help-texinfo] address@hidden: tetex-src contains a leftover CVS directory]
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 19:31:11 +0100
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Hi Karl,

I think that I have just unpacked your texinfo distribution, so the CVS
directory certainly comes from your tarball.


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Hi Thomas and testers,

I just noticed that tetex-src-beta-20040208.tar.gz contains CVS
directory, utils/texinfo/djgpp/CVS/. I noticed because I had to delete
it to import into my private CVS. And it may be worth to identify the
reason (or not, don't know).

Regards, Frank
> Damn ... I thought I telepath'ed you not to let that out ... now I'll
Sorry, I'm not running stock Debian kernels, and I'm not running the
/dev/uri/geller patch.  My cutlery kept getting bent when I had it compiled,
so I got rid of it.                  [Matthew Palmer on debian-mentors]

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