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From jwool...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: rev 65545 - in apr/site/trunk: docs xdocs
Date Sat, 13 Nov 2004 23:46:46 GMT
Author: jwoolley
Date: Sat Nov 13 15:46:46 2004
New Revision: 65545

Modified:
   apr/site/trunk/docs/anonsvn.txt
   apr/site/trunk/xdocs/anonsvn.txt
Log:
unincorrectitize


Modified: apr/site/trunk/docs/anonsvn.txt
==============================================================================
--- apr/site/trunk/docs/anonsvn.txt	(original)
+++ apr/site/trunk/docs/anonsvn.txt	Sat Nov 13 15:46:46 2004
@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
 to the source tree.
 
 For those who do not have commit access to the source tree, anonymous
-svn access offers an alternative way to do most of this using a copy
-of the SVN repository.  The big difference is, of course, that you can't
+svn access offers an alternative way to do most of this using read-only
+access to the SVN repository.  The obvious difference is that you can't
 commit changes using anonymous SVN access.
 
 Anonymous SVN access is available as follows:

Modified: apr/site/trunk/xdocs/anonsvn.txt
==============================================================================
--- apr/site/trunk/xdocs/anonsvn.txt	(original)
+++ apr/site/trunk/xdocs/anonsvn.txt	Sat Nov 13 15:46:46 2004
@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
 to the source tree.
 
 For those who do not have commit access to the source tree, anonymous
-svn access offers an alternative way to do most of this using a copy
-of the SVN repository.  The big difference is, of course, that you can't
+svn access offers an alternative way to do most of this using read-only
+access to the SVN repository.  The obvious difference is that you can't
 commit changes using anonymous SVN access.
 
 Anonymous SVN access is available as follows:

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