On 5/28/2003 12:02 AM, Jeremias Maerki wrote:
I'm grateful that you indicate problem spots in our documentation and
offer suggestions. But may I encourage you to just do (TM) the changes
yourself and submit patches in the future? Your suggestions would make
it on the website a lot faster that way. We are eager to help you set up
your environment to do this.

Sounds good. I've got a Mac OS X machine (my personal machine) that comes with CVS "built-in" but I've never used it. Unfortunately, I'm limited on my work PC to what I can download there (*everything* I download has to be pre-approved).

Don't know much 'bout CVS yet, but I've got a couple of places to look (<>, <>, and <> if anyone's interested). I just haven't found the need to use CVS yet.

I've just downloaded MacCvsX 3.3a2 (a cvsgui from they have a Mac OS X version, albeit BETA & ALPHA versions--but it seems to work!) and have begun plugging away to get set up.

I've downloaded CVS xml-fop. However, I don't know how to use it. Also, I don't know where the web site docs are located so I wouldn't know how to patch/submit patches for the web site. Any clues? Can someone point me in the direction of the web site CVS? I'd love to start patching away. (NOTE: to Victor et al, the docs are already in *much* better shape than when I first got here ~1 year ago!)

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