Patch to remove non-historical EGCS references from libstdc++-v3

Phil Edwards pedwards@disaster.jaj.com
Sat Oct 21 18:48:00 GMT 2000


On Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 11:29:34PM +0100, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> The libstdc++-v3 docs are full of non-historical EGCS references.

I left them in the keywords lists all this time because people are still
doing web searches on "egcs".


> This patch cleans them up somewhat.  As a patch to the GCC web pages
> it would probably count as obvious, but I don't know the libstdc++-v3
> procedures; OK to commit?

There is some trickiness with the automatic CVS checkout into the
actual web pages versus the automatically-included banner/footer
("sources.redhat.org" and the hat).  But the patch is all fine.


> 2. The patch to faq/index.txt is omitted to save space.  I propose to
>    do the regeneration with
> 
> lynx -dump faq/index.html |sed "s%file://localhost`pwd`%..%" >faq/index.txt

Yup, lynx is what we use.  Best web browser ever written.  :-)


phil



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