Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> Tom Lane writes:
>> Is it really necessary to maintain identical text in the test README
>> file and in the SGML docs? I'm sorely tempted to remove the README
>> rather than double-editing yet again.
> It's referenced from the INSTALL file, because people presumably won't be
> able to read the HTML during installation. Actually, the README was once
> generated from the HTML version. It can be done again, but the exact
> process it kind of hazy.
If you've got any hints, I could really use a clue right about now ...
otherwise I'll have to do these LOCALE edits twice ...
regards, tom lane
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