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[gfsd][Richard Stallman <address@hidden>] address@hidden: finding the readline sources]
07 Apr 2001 17:55:29 +0200
Gnus/5.090001 (Oort Gnus v0.01) Emacs/20.7
libreadline seems to be missing from the directory.
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Sat, 7 Apr 2001 09:46:36 -0600 (MDT)
Is it really missing? If so, that would seem to be another problem.
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From: "Serier, Kees" <address@hidden>
To: "'address@hidden'" <address@hidden>
Subject: finding the readline sources
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 12:11:51 +0200
On my search for the readline sources, which are used in a lot programmes,
I tried "Search" from your homepage, and searched for:
- - "readline" This gave about 176 hits, and the first pages all refered to
- - "GNU readline"
- - "readline library"
- - "libreadline"
Non gave the url for the sources.
So after some more searching I found "Packages>Libraries", where I thought
it should be, but no libreadline there...
I finally returned to my original search, scanned all ten pages with hits,
Started searching each of the 176 entries, until I finally was lucky to find
url mentioned: ftp.gnu.org/gnu/readline/
* Please add an entry for libreadline, or tell me how I should have found
BTW I also have no ftp access, firewall policy :-(.
* Could the archives be made available through http?
Hope this wil be helpfull for others "on the quest for readline"
Thanks in advance,
Kees Serier <address@hidden>
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