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Re: [elpa] chess.el: Req. for comment/review: Info manual

From: Mario Lang
Subject: Re: [elpa] chess.el: Req. for comment/review: Info manual
Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2014 21:08:00 +0200
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[Nevermind my last reply, I was apparently confused.]

Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:

>> From: Mario Lang <address@hidden>
>> Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 21:23:38 +0200
>> I have recently tried to get the chess.el info manual more
>> complete/useful.  This is my first texi document, and actually the first
>> time I am trying to document software beyond comments/docstrings and/or
>> readme's :-).  The basic skeleton of chess.info was created by John
>> Wiegley in 2002.  I have just added to it, and fixed some incorrect
>> stubs.  Still, as this is the first info manual I am working on, I'd be
>> very happy about a bit of external review of my work.  If you have
>> recently checked out chess.el, or have a love for texi, or both, please
>> have a look at the latest version in elpa.  I am really happy about any
>> kind of help here, be it style corrections (I am not a native speaker)
>> or even some ideas on how to explain things better/more complete.
>> If you have elpa commit access and find anything valuable, just go ahead
>> and commit it, I am totally fine with that.
> Looks like you (or someone else) just deleted the package from elpa,
> so it is no longer accessible.

chess was originally checked in under packages/chess/ but later
"moved" to a separate branch.  You should get it in packages/chess/ if you run 
externals" in the elpa top-level directory.

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