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[bug-grep] Re: Reference to old mailing lists and web sites [was: [PATCH

From: Charles Levert
Subject: [bug-grep] Re: Reference to old mailing lists and web sites [was: [PATCH] --initial-tab, 3 newly colorized items, and GREP_COLORS]
Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 18:21:17 -0500
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* On Sunday 2005-01-16 at 14:30:40 +0000, Julian Foad wrote:
> We have recently set up this <address@hidden> mailing list to replace 
> <address@hidden> and to be a Grep-specific forum to use 
> instead of <address@hidden>.  We have been changing the 
> documentation to point to it.  The only place I know of that still points 
> to an old mailing list is http://www.gnu.org/software/grep/doc/grep_14.html 
> as pointed out by Max a few days ago, and of course the documentation in 
> all the existing distributions of grep before grep-2.5.1a.
> If you know of any other places that still refer to the old lists 
> (address@hidden or address@hidden), please could you 
> let us know.

I initially wrote to <address@hidden> as a result of running
"grep --help" on a non-CVS version, but this uses PACKAGE_BUGREPORT now;
my apologies for that false alarm.

In current CVS, the README-alpha file still contains a reference to

Also, file po/ko.po contains <address@hidden>.

> As for web sites, there are some overview pages at gnu.org (in the 
> catalogue of all GNU software) and then the main Grep project at 
> svannah.gnu.org.  Are there any others?

The <http://directory.fsf.org/GNU/grep.html> web page still lists
<address@hidden> instead of <address@hidden>.

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