wk at gnupg.org
Fri May 4 13:11:23 CEST 2007
On Fri, 4 May 2007 12:00, thisisnotapipe at hotmail.com said:
> seems even worse). Installing the latest version, as suggested
> in texinfo.tex itself, works like a charm. Well, like one of those
> charms that work, anyway. Charmingly.
> My latest download from http://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/
> is brand, spankingly new - with version "2007-05-03.09" .
Okay, I will use this one.
> (i) shipping with a more recent texinfo.tex as a
> matter of routine (something to do with each release?).
>From time to time I update the standard files (e.g. config.guess). This
is usually done with automake --add-missing --force. I have just
upgraded to automake 1.10 and that one installs a relatively fresh copy
of texinfo.tex - however I'll keep the one mentioned above.
> gnupg-badge-openpgp.gif is missing (and the document
Hmm, the GNU project does not use GUIF files (well the patent recently
expied, so it might be okay now). Anyway, we have a new logo and the
manual uses that one now. But it is still missing. I added the PNG to
> The "glossary" is briefly described as "Short descrition of used terms".
> I suppose "description" was meant. Also, it's better English to say
> "terms used", not "used terms". This is one of the (few) English
> adjectives whose meaning varies with position. A "used term" is
> like a used car. I wouldn't want to use one of those in my nice
> clean expressions.
Fixed. I will remember this in future.
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