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Subjectmeept (was:Re: CML2 1.3.3 is available)
Yes, way too much!

The logo has changed to a microsoft certified tux now.

---
> > If only VA Linux had a gonkulator! :-O
> Someone is watching WAY too much Hogan's Heroes
>
> > They've issued their third earnings warning. I
> found
> > the link on http://www.theGloriousMEEPT.com .
>
> That sure looks like an Atari logo to me.
>

--- jdnfk kjhds <leeenoooks@yahoo.com> wrote:
> If only VA Linux had a gonkulator! :-O
> They've issued their third earnings warning. I found
> the link on http://www.theGloriousMEEPT.com .
>
> --- "Eric S. Raymond" <esr@thyrsus.com> wrote:
> > The latest version is always available at
> > http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/cml2/
> >
> > Release 1.3.3: Sun Apr 29 23:00:33 EDT 2001
> > * Resync with 2.4.4.
> > * Help texts merged into symbols file; the
> > `helpfile' declaration
> > is gone. (Text is merged in from
> > Documentation/Configure.help
> > at CML2 installation time.)
> > * Tweaked the appearance of inactive help buttons
> > by popular demand.
> >
> > My clever plan worked. Less than three hours
> after
> > I pronounced 1.3.1
> > "stable", somebody turned in the first crash bug
> in
> > three weeks. Fortunately
> > it was pretty trivial to fix, a loose end from one
> > of my speedups. Fixed in
> > yesterday's 1.3.2.
> >
> > The big news in this version is that all the help
> > texts have been merged into
> > the CML2 rules files. A typical symbol
> declaration
> > now looks like this:
> >
> > GONK_5523 'Support for B5523 adaptive gonkulator'
> > text
> > Say Y here to compile in support for the Bollix
> 5523
> > adaptive gonkulator.
> > .
> >
> > Help texts are merged into the CML2 symbols file
> at
> > CML2 installation time.
> > The `helpfile' declaration is gone. Among other
> > things, this means you no
> > longer need to run CML2 inside a kernel source
> tree;
> > you can test the scripts
> > anywhere.
> > --
> > <a href="http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/">Eric S.
> > Raymond</a>
> >
> > See, when the GOVERNMENT spends money, it creates
> > jobs; whereas when the money
> > is left in the hands of TAXPAYERS, God only knows
> > what they do with it. Bake
> > it into pies, probably. Anything to avoid
> creating
> > jobs.
> > -- Dave Barry
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