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Webinfo update for GIT

From: Marek Černocký <marek(at)manet(dot)cz>
To: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Webinfo update for GIT
Date: 2010-07-24 19:34:23
Message-ID: 1280000063.2609.87.camel@zabiny (view raw or flat)
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I see you updated web informations for GIT. But text with "SVN" stay on
some places:

Developement / GIT access
Title "SVN access"

Developement / TODO list
"The list below is automatically extracted from the pgAdmin SVN
repository and is only available in English."

Developement / Change log
"The change log is a record of the notable changes made to pgAdmin by
the various developers. It is a manually maintained list, and as such
may not include details of every minor change that has ever been made.
If you need that level of detail, please check the commit messages in
the SVN repository."
"The log below is automatically extracted from the SVN repository and is
only available in English."

Documentation / Introduction
"The documentation is automatically imported from the pgAdmin SVN source
code repository, and is only available in English."

Downloads / Snapshots
"Source tarballs and binary snapshots for a variety of platforms are
built from SVN trunk daily. Other snapshots are built on a less regular
basis, following programming milestones."

Support / Mailinglist
"The version of pgAdmin you are running. If it is a development
snapshot, please include the build date from the Help -> About screen,
and SVN repository version if known."

Support / Known issues
"The list below is automatically extracted from the SVN repository and
is only available in English. The issues listed affect to the current
development code and all previous versions of pgAdmin where applicable."


Regards

Marek Černocký


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