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Re: PATCH: faq.html -- remove "How do I report a bug?"

On Mon, 12 May 2003, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> You can't nest <a> tags.  This file has a few validation errors: this one;
> a missing </a>; a stray </a> from a removed link to The Cathedral and the
> Bazaar (which should be reinstated, pointing to the current site on

All of these fixed thusly, including all previous problems.

Just I, personally, won't add a link to The Cathedral and the Bazaar,
after what happened with that link last time:


I only wonder _which_ page I had tested when committing my update to
faq.html, for I _had_ tested _some_ page. :-}

Index: faq.html
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/faq.html,v
retrieving revision 1.192
diff -u -3 -p -r1.192 faq.html
--- faq.html	12 May 2003 12:11:39 -0000	1.192
+++ faq.html	12 May 2003 13:29:01 -0000
@@ -159,14 +159,14 @@ than we've had before.</p>
   past few months.  The paper which started all of this introduced two
   terms:  A <b>cathedral</b> development model versus a <b>bazaar</b>
   development model.  The paper is written by Eric S. Raymond, it is
-  called ``The Cathedral and the Bazaar</a>''.
+  called ``The Cathedral and the Bazaar''.
   The paper is a useful starting point for discussions.

 <hr />
 <!-- The "bugreport" anchor was used in ICE messages of GCC < 2.95.3. -->
-<h2><a name="support"><a name="bugreport">How do I get a bug fixed or
-    a feature added?</a></a></h2>
+<h2 id="bugreport"><a name="support">How do I get a bug fixed or
+    a feature added?</a></h2>

 <p>There are lots of ways to get something fixed.  The list below may be
 incomplete, but it covers many of the common cases.  These are listed
@@ -379,7 +379,7 @@ test the <code>-fssa</code> option, you
 <pre>make BOOT_CFLAGS="-O2 -fssa" bootstrap</pre>

 <hr />
-<h2><a name="iconv">Why does <code>libiconv</code> get linked into <code>jc1</code> on Solaris?</h2>
+<h2><a name="iconv">Why does <code>libiconv</code> get linked into <code>jc1</code> on Solaris?</a></h2>

 <p>The Java front end requires <code>iconv</code>.  If the compiler
 used to bootstrap GCC finds <code>libiconv</code> (because the GNU

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