> > the readme shold be nuked as it's pretty out of date.
> > info's not covered by install.txt should be moved there, IMO.
> One thing I noted when setting my windows stuff up was that there
> were various
> details in different places, makes it a little more confusing.  A
> simple HTML
> file including with jump points, so people can go to the type
> they want.    If
> people see an install.txt and dont see instructions they'll label
> it as crap.
> People do often read a readme, but if again they see some install
> instructions
> but not the ones they want, it will be labeled as crap....

Well keep the manual up to date and we can generate install.txt from this
very simply..

lynx -dump html/install.windows.html > install.txt

in the manual dir. I think this is probably the best way to do it.

- James

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