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Re: [Hurdextras-hackers] Users/Reference Manual

From: James Morrison
Subject: Re: [Hurdextras-hackers] Users/Reference Manual
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 07:45:48 -0700 (PDT)

--- Matthew Grant <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi 
> I have been working on copying complete or 
> semi-complete(without FIXME) pieces of the 
> hurd.texi file into the Hurd Reference Manual
> part of the using_the_hurd.texi file.

 Humm, the FIXME's are actually very important, because they tell us what to

> I am wondering if there are any folks working 
> on the incomplete things in the hurd.texi .
> Also as the Hurd grows in functionality are 
> the new pieces added to the hurd.texi file in 
> the hurd/doc sources. 

 Things get added to the Hurd manual when someone add stuff to them, so
right now that is not enough.

> Also I have seperated the Reference Manual 
> from the Users Manual. Check it out here
> If this doc is not acceptable please give me 
> some help. Also excuse my ignorance in the 
> technical aspect of the Reference Manual 
> (order of libs,organization) because I 
> haven't learned to program yet (learning).
> Thanks
> Matt Grant

 Are any new diff's coming my way?

James Morrison
   University of Waterloo
   Computer Science - Digital Hardware
   2A co-op

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