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[commit-womb] gnumaint README

From: Ineiev
Subject: [commit-womb] gnumaint README
Date: Sat, 11 May 2019 07:45:40 -0400 (EDT)

CVSROOT:        /sources/womb
Module name:    gnumaint
Changes by:     Ineiev <ineiev> 19/05/11 07:45:40

Modified files:
        .              : README 

Log message:
        Migrate to www web pages repository.


RCS file: /sources/womb/gnumaint/README,v
retrieving revision 1.12
retrieving revision 1.13
diff -u -b -r1.12 -r1.13
--- README      24 Jun 2013 18:05:07 -0000      1.12
+++ README      11 May 2019 11:45:40 -0000      1.13
@@ -1,36 +1,3 @@
-Copyright 2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-  Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
-  are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright
-  notice and this notice are preserved.
-The gm script is about performing various GNU maintainer/package
-operations.  Run gm --help for a list.  What's been done is what has
-been needed in practice, rather than any kind of theoretical list of
-what might be useful.
-gm combines information from several files.  The most important are
-./gnupackages.txt (maintained in the CVS here, can be updated whenever
-and by whomever) and the fp:/gd/gnuorg/maintainers (maintained on
-fencepost, in RCS, and should only be modified if you have explicit
-permission from rms to do so).
-For a list of all the files needed to do the various jobs, see the
-variables given at the top the gm file.  You yourself need to set up
-symlinks to them as needed, and arrange your own cron jobs (or whatever)
-to ensure your versions stay current.
-Perhaps the most frequent operation is updating the allgnupkgs.html on  If you set the envvar gw to the path of your www checkout,
-running make update-html will do this.  (It is just running three "gm
-generate" invocations, no magic involved, so go ahead and do it
-individually as needed.)
-The Makefile has a variety of other current and historical tasks, so
-it is good to peruse it, adapt it, update it.
-Happy maintaining.
-P.S. The gnumaint script was a first attempt at this job, dealing with
-the first mass email we did, ca.2007; see gnumaint.README.
+All files migrated to the prep/gnumaint directory in www web pages
+CVS repository,

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