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Index: fink.8.in
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/fink/fink/fink.8.in,v
retrieving revision 1.67.4.1
retrieving revision 1.67.4.2
diff -u -d -r1.67.4.1 -r1.67.4.2
--- fink.8.in   11 Aug 2008 09:55:44 -0000      1.67.4.1
+++ fink.8.in   28 Sep 2008 05:01:07 -0000      1.67.4.2
@@ -479,7 +479,9 @@
 website to see if a new version is available. It then downloads the package
 descriptions and updates the core packages, including
 .Nm
-itself. This command can upgrade to major point releases, but it can also
+
+itself. This command can upgrade to major point releases (for example,
+the set of packages that comes with a Fink binary installer), but it can also
 set up your
 .Pa @PREFIX@/fink/dists
 directory tree for
@@ -488,7 +490,7 @@
 .Xr rsync 1
 updates.
 This means that you then will be able to access the very latest
-revisions of all packages. If no
+revisions of all packages instead of only the point-release snapshot. If no
 .Ar options
 are given, the existing default update method is used as given in the
 .Xr fink.conf 5
@@ -508,6 +510,12 @@
 .Ar fink
 itself and some other critical packages are up-to-date).
 .El
+.It Cm selfupdate-rsync
+Synonym for
+.Cm selfupdate --method=rsync
+.It Cm selfupdate-cvs
+Synonym for
+.Cm selfupdate --method=cvs
 .It Cm index
 Rebuilds the package cache. You should not normally need to execute this 
manually,
 .Nm

Index: INSTALL.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/fink/fink/INSTALL.html,v
retrieving revision 1.33
retrieving revision 1.33.2.1
diff -u -d -r1.33 -r1.33.2.1
--- INSTALL.html        2 Jan 2008 02:06:16 -0000       1.33
+++ INSTALL.html        28 Sep 2008 05:01:06 -0000      1.33.2.1
@@ -1,20 +1,22 @@
 <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" 
"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd";>
 <html><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
 <!--
-Generated from $Fink: install.xml,v 1.25 2006/09/16 23:25:29 dmrrsn Exp $
+Generated from $Fink: install.xml,v 1.27 2008/06/27 00:55:33 dmrrsn Exp $
 -->
-<title>Fink Documentation - Fink 0.8.1 Installation</title></head><body><h1 
style="text-align: center;">Fink 0.8.1 Installation</h1>
+<title>Fink Documentation - Fink 0.9.0 Installation</title></head><body><h1 
style="text-align: center;">Fink 0.9.0 Installation</h1>
 <p>
 These are the installation instructions for the "source" distribution
-of Fink 0.8.1, intended for use with OS X v.10.4 and later.  
+of Fink 0.9.0, intended for use with OS X v.10.5 .  
 The instructions
 can also be used 
+for installation on OS X v.10.4 (replacing
+0.9.0 by 0.8.1 throughout the document),
 for installation on OS X v.10.3 (replacing
-0.8.1 by 0.7.2 throughout the document),
+0.9.0 by 0.7.2 throughout the document),
 for installation on OS X v.10.2 (replacing
-0.8.1 by 0.6.4 throughout the document),
+0.9.0 by 0.6.4 throughout the document),
 and for installation on OS X v.10.1
-(replacing 0.8.1 by 0.4.1a).
+(replacing 0.9.0 by 0.4.1a).
 </p><p>
 This document does not apply to the "<a 
href="http://www.finkproject.org/download/index.php";>binary</a>" distribution.
 </p><p>
@@ -43,7 +45,7 @@
 <h3><a name="install-fast.install">1.1 First Time Installation Fast
 Track</a></h3>
 <p>
-Start out by copying the <tt style="white-space: 
nowrap;">fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz</tt>
+Start out by copying the <tt style="white-space: 
nowrap;">fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz</tt>
 file to your home folder.
 (Note: If you have OS X 10.4 and XCode 2.1, you should use
 <tt style="white-space: nowrap;">fink-0.8.0-full-XCode-2.1.tar.gz</tt> 
instead, and make
@@ -54,16 +56,16 @@
 The actual input prompts from the shell may vary, and some chunks of
 the output have been omitted (<tt style="white-space: nowrap;">...</tt>).
 </p>
-<pre>[frodo:~] testuser% <b>tar xzf fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz</b>
-[frodo:~] testuser% <b>cd fink-0.8.1-full</b>
-[frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% <b>./bootstrap /sw</b>
+<pre>[frodo:~] testuser% <b>tar xzf fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz</b>
+[frodo:~] testuser% <b>cd fink-0.9.0-full</b>
+[frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% <b>./bootstrap /sw</b>
 
 Welcome to Fink.
 
 ...
 Choose a method: [1] <b>1</b>
 
-sudo /Users/testuser/fink-0.8.1-full/bootstrap .sudo '/sw'
+sudo /Users/testuser/fink-0.9.0-full/bootstrap .sudo '/sw'
 Password:<b>(your normal password here)</b>
 ...
 OK, I'll ask you some questions and update the configuration file in
@@ -94,8 +96,8 @@
 
 You should now have a working Fink installation in '/sw'.
 
-[frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% <b>cd</b>
-[frodo:~] testuser% <b>rm -r fink-0.8.1-full</b>
+[frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% <b>cd</b>
+[frodo:~] testuser% <b>rm -r fink-0.9.0-full</b>
 [frodo:~] testuser% <b>/sw/bin/pathsetup.sh</b></pre>
 <p>
 The last command runs a little script to help set up your Unix paths
@@ -142,7 +144,7 @@
 
 <h3><a name="install-fast.update">1.2 Update Fast Track</a></h3>
 <p>
-Start out by copying the <tt style="white-space: 
nowrap;">fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz</tt>
+Start out by copying the <tt style="white-space: 
nowrap;">fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz</tt>
 file to your home folder.
 (Note: If you have OS X 10.4 and XCode 2.1, you should use
 <tt style="white-space: nowrap;">fink-0.8.0-full-XCode-2.1.tar.gz</tt> 
instead, and make
@@ -153,9 +155,9 @@
 The actual input prompts from the shell may vary, and some chunks of
 the output have been omitted (<tt style="white-space: nowrap;">...</tt>).
 </p>
-<pre>[frodo:~] testuser% <b>tar xzf fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz</b>
-[frodo:~] testuser% <b>cd fink-0.8.1-full</b>
-[frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% <b>./inject.pl /sw</b>
+<pre>[frodo:~] testuser% <b>tar xzf fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz</b>
+[frodo:~] testuser% <b>cd fink-0.9.0-full</b>
+[frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% <b>./inject.pl /sw</b>
 sudo ./inject.pl /sw
 Password:<b>(your normal password here)</b>
 Copying package descriptions
@@ -164,8 +166,8 @@
 
 Your Fink installation in '/sw' was updated with new fink packages.
 
-[frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% <b>cd pkginfo</b>
-[frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full/pkginfo] testuser% <b>./inject.pl /sw</b>
+[frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% <b>cd pkginfo</b>
+[frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full/pkginfo] testuser% <b>./inject.pl /sw</b>
 sudo ./inject.pl /sw
 Copying...
 ...
@@ -174,8 +176,8 @@
 files. Use appropriate fink commands to update the packages, e.g. 'fink
 update-all'.
 
-[frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full/pkginfo] testuser% <b>cd</b>
-[frodo:~] testuser% <b>rm -r fink-0.8.1-full</b>
+[frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full/pkginfo] testuser% <b>cd</b>
+[frodo:~] testuser% <b>rm -r fink-0.9.0-full</b>
 [frodo:~] testuser% <b>fink update-all</b>
 ...</pre>
 
@@ -252,7 +254,7 @@
 
 <h3><a name="install-first.install">2.3 Installation</a></h3>
 <p>
-First, you need to unpack the fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz tarball.
+First, you need to unpack the fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz tarball.
 (Note: If you have OS X 10.4 and XCode 2.1, you should use
 <tt style="white-space: nowrap;">fink-0.8.0-full-XCode-2.1.tar.gz</tt> 
instead, and make
 the appropriate changes below.)
@@ -261,15 +263,15 @@
 So, go to the directory where you put the tarball, and run this
 command:
 </p>
-<pre>tar xzf fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz</pre>
+<pre>tar xzf fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz</pre>
 <p>
-You now have a directory named fink-0.8.1-full.
-Change to it with <tt style="white-space: nowrap;">cd fink-0.8.1-full</tt>.
+You now have a directory named fink-0.9.0-full.
+Change to it with <tt style="white-space: nowrap;">cd fink-0.9.0-full</tt>.
 </p>
 <p>
 The actual installation is performed by the perl script
 bootstrap.
-So, to start installation, go to the fink-0.8.1-full directory and run
+So, to start installation, go to the fink-0.9.0-full directory and run
 this command:
 </p>
 <pre>./bootstrap</pre>
@@ -363,7 +365,7 @@
 
 <p>
 If you already have Fink 0.3.x installed, you can update your
-installation to 0.8.1 with the built-in 'selfupdate' command.
+installation to 0.9.0 with the built-in 'selfupdate' command.
 </p>
 
 
@@ -410,7 +412,7 @@
 
 <p>
 If you already have Fink 0.2.x installed, you can update your
-installation to 0.8.1 with this package.
+installation to 0.9.0 with this package.
 </p>
 <p>
 Actually, there are two pieces that are updated independently: the
@@ -422,7 +424,7 @@
 <h3><a name="install-up02.packman">4.1 Updating The Package Manager</a></h3>
 <p>
 To update the package manager, run the inject.pl script in the
-fink-0.8.1-full directory, like this:
+fink-0.9.0-full directory, like this:
 </p>
 <pre>./inject.pl</pre>
 <p>
@@ -440,7 +442,7 @@
 
 <h3><a name="install-up02.descriptions">4.2 Updating The Package 
Descriptions</a></h3>
 <p>
-If you downloaded the fink-0.8.1-full tarball, the package
+If you downloaded the fink-0.9.0-full tarball, the package
 descriptions are in the subdirectory pkginfo. To install them, run the
 inject.pl script in that directory:
 </p>
@@ -452,7 +454,7 @@
 </p>
 <p>
 You can also grab the package descriptions as a separate tarball,
-packages-0.8.1. If you did that, just unpack it and run the inject.pl
+packages-0.9.0. If you did that, just unpack it and run the inject.pl
 script inside.
 </p>
 <p>
@@ -547,4 +549,4 @@
 provided the document and this copyright notice remain complete and
 unmodified. Any commercial reproduction and any online publication
 requires the explicit consent of the author.</p><hr>
-<p>Generated from <i>$Fink: install.xml,v 1.25 2006/09/16 23:25:29 dmrrsn Exp 
$</i></p></body></html>
+<p>Generated from <i>$Fink: install.xml,v 1.27 2008/06/27 00:55:33 dmrrsn Exp 
$</i></p></body></html>

Index: INSTALL
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/fink/fink/INSTALL,v
retrieving revision 1.27
retrieving revision 1.27.10.1
diff -u -d -r1.27 -r1.27.10.1
--- INSTALL     11 Jan 2007 03:41:28 -0000      1.27
+++ INSTALL     28 Sep 2008 05:01:06 -0000      1.27.10.1
@@ -1,14 +1,15 @@
-Generated from $Fink: install.xml,v 1.25 2006/09/16 23:25:29 dmrrsn Exp $
+Generated from $Fink: install.xml,v 1.27 2008/06/27 00:55:33 dmrrsn Exp $
 
- Fink 0.8.1 Installation
+ Fink 0.9.0 Installation
 =========================
 
 These are the installation instructions for the "source" distribution of
-Fink 0.8.1, intended for use with OS X v.10.4 and later. The instructions
-can also be used for installation on OS X v.10.3 (replacing 0.8.1 by 0.7.2
-throughout the document), for installation on OS X v.10.2 (replacing 0.8.1
+Fink 0.9.0, intended for use with OS X v.10.5 . The instructions can also be
+used for installation on OS X v.10.4 (replacing 0.9.0 by 0.8.1 throughout
+the document), for installation on OS X v.10.3 (replacing 0.9.0 by 0.7.2
+throughout the document), for installation on OS X v.10.2 (replacing 0.9.0
 by 0.6.4 throughout the document), and for installation on OS X v.10.1
-(replacing 0.8.1 by 0.4.1a).
+(replacing 0.9.0 by 0.4.1a).
 
 This document does not apply to the "binary
 [http://www.finkproject.org/download/index.php]"; distribution.
@@ -30,7 +31,7 @@
 
  First Time Installation Fast Track
 ------------------------------------
-Start out by copying the "fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz" file to your home folder.
+Start out by copying the "fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz" file to your home folder.
 (Note: If you have OS X 10.4 and XCode 2.1, you should use
 "fink-0.8.0-full-XCode-2.1.tar.gz" instead, and make the appropriate changes
 below.) Then, open Terminal.app and follow the session below. Computer
@@ -38,16 +39,16 @@
 highlighted). The actual input prompts from the shell may vary, and some
 chunks of the output have been omitted ( "..." ).
 
-   [frodo:~] testuser% tar_xzf_fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz
-   [frodo:~] testuser% cd_fink-0.8.1-full
-   [frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% ./bootstrap_/sw
+   [frodo:~] testuser% tar_xzf_fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz
+   [frodo:~] testuser% cd_fink-0.9.0-full
+   [frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% ./bootstrap_/sw
    
    Welcome to Fink.
    
    ...
    Choose a method: [1] 1
    
-   sudo /Users/testuser/fink-0.8.1-full/bootstrap .sudo '/sw'
+   sudo /Users/testuser/fink-0.9.0-full/bootstrap .sudo '/sw'
    Password:(your_normal_password_here)
    ...
    OK, I'll ask you some questions and update the configuration file in
@@ -78,8 +79,8 @@
    
    You should now have a working Fink installation in '/sw'.
    
-   [frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% cd
-   [frodo:~] testuser% rm_-r_fink-0.8.1-full
+   [frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% cd
+   [frodo:~] testuser% rm_-r_fink-0.9.0-full
    [frodo:~] testuser% /sw/bin/pathsetup.sh
 
 The last command runs a little script to help set up your Unix paths (and
@@ -120,7 +121,7 @@
 
  Update Fast Track
 -------------------
-Start out by copying the "fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz" file to your home folder.
+Start out by copying the "fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz" file to your home folder.
 (Note: If you have OS X 10.4 and XCode 2.1, you should use
 "fink-0.8.0-full-XCode-2.1.tar.gz" instead, and make the appropriate changes
 below.) Then, open Terminal.app and follow the session below. Computer
@@ -128,9 +129,9 @@
 highlighted). The actual input prompts from the shell may vary, and some
 chunks of the output have been omitted ( "..." ).
 
-   [frodo:~] testuser% tar_xzf_fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz
-   [frodo:~] testuser% cd_fink-0.8.1-full
-   [frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% ./inject.pl_/sw
+   [frodo:~] testuser% tar_xzf_fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz
+   [frodo:~] testuser% cd_fink-0.9.0-full
+   [frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% ./inject.pl_/sw
    sudo ./inject.pl /sw
    Password:(your_normal_password_here)
    Copying package descriptions
@@ -139,8 +140,8 @@
    
    Your Fink installation in '/sw' was updated with new fink packages.
    
-   [frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full] testuser% cd_pkginfo
-   [frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full/pkginfo] testuser% ./inject.pl_/sw
+   [frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full] testuser% cd_pkginfo
+   [frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full/pkginfo] testuser% ./inject.pl_/sw
    sudo ./inject.pl /sw
    Copying...
    ...
@@ -149,8 +150,8 @@
    files. Use appropriate fink commands to update the packages, e.g. 'fink
    update-all'.
    
-   [frodo:~/fink-0.8.1-full/pkginfo] testuser% cd
-   [frodo:~] testuser% rm_-r_fink-0.8.1-full
+   [frodo:~/fink-0.9.0-full/pkginfo] testuser% cd
+   [frodo:~] testuser% rm_-r_fink-0.9.0-full
    [frodo:~] testuser% fink_update-all
    ...
 
@@ -206,20 +207,20 @@
 
  Installation
 --------------
-First, you need to unpack the fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz tarball. (Note: If you
+First, you need to unpack the fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz tarball. (Note: If you
 have OS X 10.4 and XCode 2.1, you should use
 "fink-0.8.0-full-XCode-2.1.tar.gz" instead, and make the appropriate changes
 below.) It is recommended that you do this from the command line - StuffIt
 Expander has a tendency to screw up text files. So, go to the directory
 where you put the tarball, and run this command:
 
-   tar xzf fink-0.8.1-full.tar.gz
+   tar xzf fink-0.9.0-full.tar.gz
 
-You now have a directory named fink-0.8.1-full. Change to it with "cd
-fink-0.8.1-full" .
+You now have a directory named fink-0.9.0-full. Change to it with "cd
+fink-0.9.0-full" .
 
 The actual installation is performed by the perl script bootstrap. So, to
-start installation, go to the fink-0.8.1-full directory and run this
+start installation, go to the fink-0.9.0-full directory and run this
 command:
 
    ./bootstrap
@@ -281,7 +282,7 @@
 ===========================
 
 If you already have Fink 0.3.x installed, you can update your installation
-to 0.8.1 with the built-in 'selfupdate' command.
+to 0.9.0 with the built-in 'selfupdate' command.
 
 
  Updating The Package Manager
@@ -321,7 +322,7 @@
 ===========================
 
 If you already have Fink 0.2.x installed, you can update your installation
-to 0.8.1 with this package.
+to 0.9.0 with this package.
 
 Actually, there are two pieces that are updated independently: the package
 manager and the package descriptions. It is recommended to update the
@@ -331,7 +332,7 @@
  Updating The Package Manager
 ------------------------------
 To update the package manager, run the inject.pl script in the
-fink-0.8.1-full directory, like this:
+fink-0.9.0-full directory, like this:
 
    ./inject.pl
 
@@ -348,7 +349,7 @@
 
  Updating The Package Descriptions
 -----------------------------------
-If you downloaded the fink-0.8.1-full tarball, the package descriptions are
+If you downloaded the fink-0.9.0-full tarball, the package descriptions are
 in the subdirectory pkginfo. To install them, run the inject.pl script in
 that directory:
 
@@ -358,7 +359,7 @@
 This inject.pl script works just like the one for the package manager.
 
 You can also grab the package descriptions as a separate tarball,
-packages-0.8.1. If you did that, just unpack it and run the inject.pl script
+packages-0.9.0. If you did that, just unpack it and run the inject.pl script
 inside.
 
 As a third alternative, you can have Fink automatically update itself to the

Index: ChangeLog
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/fink/fink/ChangeLog,v
retrieving revision 1.478.2.11
retrieving revision 1.478.2.12
diff -u -d -r1.478.2.11 -r1.478.2.12
--- ChangeLog   11 Aug 2008 09:55:44 -0000      1.478.2.11
+++ ChangeLog   28 Sep 2008 05:01:05 -0000      1.478.2.12
@@ -1,3 +1,9 @@
+2008-09-28  Daniel Macks  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
+
+       * fink.8.in: Finally document "selfupdate-rsync" and
+       "selfupdate-cvs"; more detail about point releases.
+       * INSTALL,INSTALL.html: update to latest
+
 2008-06-22  Daniel Macks  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
 
        * fink.8.in: -l is --log-output only, not --logfile


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