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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Re: Minimalist doc search - for 1.2?
Date Sun, 04 May 1997 20:32:01 GMT
The problem is that the code has not been tested enough or used enough to
be sure the bugs are out of it.  IMHO it is really too late to start
including new code like that in 1.2.  On taz it can be updated.  

On Sun, 4 May 1997, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:

> >From the fingers of Marc Slemko flowed the following:
> >
> >My suggestion would be to put it on taz, not include the script in the
> >distribution, but include a link to it.  
>     What about sites that install Apache off-net?  They wouldn't be able
>     to use it.  Also, if the pointer is to Taz, they can end up being
>     referred to documentation about features they don't have (yet).
>     Consider someone using 1.2 and being directed to something
>     added/changed in 1.2.1, or if we keep the 2.0 docs in the same tree
>     as the 1.2 stuff (!).
>     These are the only reasons I suggest including it in the
>     distribution.  The mkindex script doesn't need to be included.
>     Since we include the docs as a state-of-what-you've-got, I think the
>     index ought to refer to it.  When they upgrade, they get new docs -
>     and a new index.
>     #ken    :-)}

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