GnuPG 1.0.3 configure warning.
Mon, 9 Oct 2000 10:01:16 +0200 (CEST)
(regarding a configure warning)
>>>"FK" == Felix Karpfen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
FK> It seems that the faqprog.pl program is not installed. ***Unless you
FK> do not change the source of the FAQ it is not required***. The working
These words should be removed. Then it would be correct and
FK> version of the utility should be available at.....
FK> The flagged sentence contains too many negatives for me to understand
FK> what it is saying. If the original text is in German, I would welcome
FK> seeing the German version on the offchance that I can manage to
FK> understand that.
It means you don't need faqprog.pl unless you actually change the source
of the FAQ. But that should only be done by one of the maintainers ...
FK> Also, I took the advice and downloaded the missing file. However, I
Don't. You don't need it. Ignore the warning.
FK> still need to be told what to do with the downloaded faqprog.pl
FK> file before venturing to the next stage of the GnuPG update.
As most likely only Werner and me will be updating the FAQ, we should
change/omit this configure warning as it seems to confuse users.
Nils Ellmenreich - Fakultaet fuer Math./Informatik - Nils @
http://www.fmi.uni-passau.de/~nils - Univ. Passau - Uni-Passau.DE
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