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Re: lynx-dev lynx2.8.4dev.11

From: pg
Subject: Re: lynx-dev lynx2.8.4dev.11
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 12:42:59 -0600 (MDT)

In a recent note, Thomas Dickey said:

> Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 22:13:05 -0400
> 2000-10-18 (2.8.4dev.11)

Oops.  Little doc patch I submitted overlooked.  (I think.)

-- gil
%%% Created Thu Sep 21 22:14:46 MDT 2000 by target lynx.patch. %%%
diff -bru orig/lynx2-8-4/docs/OS-390.announce lynx2-8-4/docs/OS-390.announce
--- orig/lynx2-8-4/docs/OS-390.announce Mon Apr 17 04:59:17 2000
+++ lynx2-8-4/docs/OS-390.announce      Thu Sep 21 22:09:48 2000
@@ -18,9 +18,9 @@
 o Unpack with:
-       unzip -a
+       unzip -aa
-  The "-a" is needed to convert the ASCII archive
+  The "-aa" is needed to convert the ASCII archive
   to EBCDIC.  (unzip is not shipped with OS/390.  You can
   obtain it from:
diff -bru orig/lynx2-8-4/INSTALLATION lynx2-8-4/INSTALLATION
--- orig/lynx2-8-4/INSTALLATION Thu Aug  3 11:19:52 2000
+++ lynx2-8-4/INSTALLATION      Thu Sep 21 22:11:31 2000
@@ -873,7 +873,7 @@
     userdefs.h and lynx.cfg, which have unix-style end of lines. You would
     be well advised to use an editor that can handle end of lines terminated
     with a single LF character. You can also unpack the source code using
-    unzip386 or unzip with the -a switch to convert unix LF to dos CRLF.
+    unzip386 or unzip with the -a or -aa switch to convert unix LF to dos CRLF.
     That will make texts more readable under DOS. If you compile lynx
     regularly, you may automate the procedure by creating a batch file such
     as the following.

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