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[gfortran, wwwdocs, committed] Re: Fwd:

François-Xavier Coudert wrote:
> I just noticed that doesn't redirect to the wiki, but to
> the "GNU Fortran 95" official page. That makes it harder for people to
> get the binaries and test the compiler, doesn't it?

It seems to point to the wiki again.

> PS: moreover, there's a infinite loop, this the "GNU Fortran 95"
> webpage states that binaries are available from!

I've committed the folowing under the obviously correct rule to fix this loop.

- Tobi

Index: fortran/index.html
RCS file: /cvsroot/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/fortran/index.html,v
retrieving revision 1.22
diff -u -p -r1.22 index.html
--- fortran/index.html  25 Feb 2005 19:35:15 -0000      1.22
+++ fortran/index.html  23 Jun 2005 19:58:09 -0000
@@ -95,10 +95,9 @@ deliberately does anything stupid :-)</l
 <p>The GNU project is about providing source code for its programs.
 Sometimes, however, it is easier to install a binary directly.
-<a href="";>Bud Davis' gfortran site</a>
-offers daily binaries of gfortran for some popular architecture/operating system
-combinations.  In accordance with the GPL, it also offers the corresponding
-source code.</p>
+A number of people regularly build binaries for different platforms.
+Links to these can be found in <a
+href="";>the wiki</a>.</p>

 <p>Here is a short <a href="usage.html">explanation</a> on how to invoke and

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