documentation & dear love

Michael A. Chase mchase@ix.netcom.com
Wed Jun 27 12:04:00 GMT 2001


If you can provide that in a document, they would probably be willing to fit
it in somewhere once you've assigned the rights.  The contributing
guidelines are oriented mostly towards program code, but there is some
documentation in the source tree too.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bret Jordan" <jordan@coe.utah.edu>
To: <cygwin@cygwin.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 10:54
Subject: Re: documentation & dear love


> This may be way out there.  But I think there are a lot of us that just
> want to use some of the Unix tools in our native Windows
> environment.   (Your group #2 from some past message).  I would like to
see
> a place in the documentation that talks about the issues we face.  I know
I
> have to end up writing my own so that I do not forget what I had to do to
> get something to work.   I am sure other people are in this same boat.
And
> it would be nice to not have to re-invent the wheel every time.
>
> If this is to far out of the scope for a request then I apologize up
front.



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