Log message for revision 104986:
  Renamed to avoid warning.
  Should we remove it ?
  

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  D   Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.rst
  A   Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.txt

-=-
Deleted: Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.rst
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--- Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.rst    2009-10-10 06:07:47 UTC (rev 104985)
+++ Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.rst    2009-10-10 06:11:10 UTC (rev 104986)
@@ -1,58 +0,0 @@
-How to build and install Zope from source code on Windows.
-----------------------------------------------------------
-
-* Ensure you have the correct MSVC version installed for the
-  version of Python you will be using.
-
-* Install (or build from sources) Python
-  http://www.python.org
-
-* Install (or build from sources) the Python for Windows extensions
-  http://sourceforge.net/projects/pywin32/
-
-* Unpack the Zope source distribution. Change to that directory.
-
-* Execute:
-  % python.exe inst\configure.py
-  It should say something like:
-  >
-  > - Zope top-level binary directory will be c:\Zope-2.12.
-  > - Makefile written.
-  >
-  > Next, run the Visual C++ batch file "VCVARS32.bat" and then "nmake".
-
-  (run 'configure.py --help' to see how to change things)
-
-* 'makefile' will have ben created.  As instructed, execute 'nmake'.  
-  If the build succeeds, the last message printed should be:
-  > Zope built.  Next, do 'nmake install'.
-
-* As instructed, execute 'nmake install'.  A few warnings will be generated, 
-  but they can be ignored.  The last message in the build process should be:
-  > Zope binaries installed successfully.
-
-* Zope itself has now been installed.  We need to create an instance.  Run:
-  % python.exe {install_path}\bin\mkzopeinstance.py
-  
-  We will be prompted, via the console, for the instance directory and 
-  username/password for the admin user.
-
-* We are now ready to start zope.  Run:
-  % {zope_instance}\bin\runzope.bat
-  Zope should start with nice log messages being printed to
-  stdout.  When Zope is ready, you should see:
-  > ------
-  > 2004-10-13T12:27:58 INFO(0) Zope Ready to handle requests
-  
-  Press Ctrl+C to stop this instance of the server.
-
-* Optionally, install as a Windows service.  Execute:
-  % python {zope_instance}\bin\zopeservice.py
-  to see the valid options.  You may want something like:
-  % python {zope_instance}\bin\zopeservice.py --startup=auto install
-
-  Once installed, it can be started any number of ways:
-  - % {zope_instance}\bin\zopectl.bat start
-  - % python {zope_instance}\bin\zopeservice.py start
-  - Control Panel
-  - % net start service_short_name (eg, `net start Zope_-1227678699`)

Copied: Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.txt (from rev 104985, 
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--- Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.txt                            (rev 0)
+++ Zope/tags/2.12.0/doc/WINDOWS.txt    2009-10-10 06:11:10 UTC (rev 104986)
@@ -0,0 +1,58 @@
+How to build and install Zope from source code on Windows.
+----------------------------------------------------------
+
+* Ensure you have the correct MSVC version installed for the
+  version of Python you will be using.
+
+* Install (or build from sources) Python
+  http://www.python.org
+
+* Install (or build from sources) the Python for Windows extensions
+  http://sourceforge.net/projects/pywin32/
+
+* Unpack the Zope source distribution. Change to that directory.
+
+* Execute:
+  % python.exe inst\configure.py
+  It should say something like:
+  >
+  > - Zope top-level binary directory will be c:\Zope-2.12.
+  > - Makefile written.
+  >
+  > Next, run the Visual C++ batch file "VCVARS32.bat" and then "nmake".
+
+  (run 'configure.py --help' to see how to change things)
+
+* 'makefile' will have ben created.  As instructed, execute 'nmake'.  
+  If the build succeeds, the last message printed should be:
+  > Zope built.  Next, do 'nmake install'.
+
+* As instructed, execute 'nmake install'.  A few warnings will be generated, 
+  but they can be ignored.  The last message in the build process should be:
+  > Zope binaries installed successfully.
+
+* Zope itself has now been installed.  We need to create an instance.  Run:
+  % python.exe {install_path}\bin\mkzopeinstance.py
+  
+  We will be prompted, via the console, for the instance directory and 
+  username/password for the admin user.
+
+* We are now ready to start zope.  Run:
+  % {zope_instance}\bin\runzope.bat
+  Zope should start with nice log messages being printed to
+  stdout.  When Zope is ready, you should see:
+  > ------
+  > 2004-10-13T12:27:58 INFO(0) Zope Ready to handle requests
+  
+  Press Ctrl+C to stop this instance of the server.
+
+* Optionally, install as a Windows service.  Execute:
+  % python {zope_instance}\bin\zopeservice.py
+  to see the valid options.  You may want something like:
+  % python {zope_instance}\bin\zopeservice.py --startup=auto install
+
+  Once installed, it can be started any number of ways:
+  - % {zope_instance}\bin\zopectl.bat start
+  - % python {zope_instance}\bin\zopeservice.py start
+  - Control Panel
+  - % net start service_short_name (eg, `net start Zope_-1227678699`)

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