[Python-checkins] CVS: python/dist/src README,1.104,1.104.2.1

Guido van Rossum gvanrossum@users.sourceforge.net
Fri, 13 Apr 2001 08:31:44 -0700


Update of /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src
In directory usw-pr-cvs1:/tmp/cvs-serv19574

Modified Files:
      Tag: release20-maint
	README 
Log Message:
Updated copyright situation; removed most BeOpen and all PythonLabs
references; clarified the version.


Index: README
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RCS file: /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/README,v
retrieving revision 1.104
retrieving revision 1.104.2.1
diff -C2 -r1.104 -r1.104.2.1
*** README	2000/10/16 18:26:42	1.104
--- README	2001/04/13 15:31:42	1.104.2.1
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! This is Python version 2.0
! ==========================
  
  Copyright (c) 2000 BeOpen.com.
  All rights reserved.
  
! Copyright (c) 1995-2000 Corporation for National Research Initiatives.
  All rights reserved.
  
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! This is Python version 2.0.1, a bugfix release for Python 2.0
! =============================================================
  
+ Copyright (c) 2001 Python Software Foundation.
+ All rights reserved.
+ 
  Copyright (c) 2000 BeOpen.com.
  All rights reserved.
  
! Copyright (c) 1995-2001 Corporation for National Research Initiatives.
  All rights reserved.
  
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  ---------------------------
  
! See the file "Misc/NEWS"; see also this URL:
! http://www.pythonlabs.com/products/python2.0/
  
  If you don't read instructions
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  ---------------------------
  
! See the file "Misc/NEWS".
  
  If you don't read instructions
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  compared to Tcl, Perl, Java, JavaScript, Visual Basic or Scheme.  To
  find out more about what Python can do for you, point your browser to
! http://www.pythonlabs.com/.
! 
! BeOpen.com offers corporate support, custom development and
! sponsorships for Python.  Contact <sales@beopen.com> for more
! information.
! 
! BeOpen Python releases include pre-built Python executables for major
! platforms and are available from PythonLabs.
  
  
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  compared to Tcl, Perl, Java, JavaScript, Visual Basic or Scheme.  To
  find out more about what Python can do for you, point your browser to
! http://www.python.org/.
  
  
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*** 96,107 ****
  
  New Python releases and related technologies are published at
! http://www.pythonlabs.com/.  Come visit us!
  
! The present Python community web site is http://www.python.org/.
! BeOpen.com is developing a next-generation community site for Python
! and is looking for volunteers to help make this an even better
! resource than the existing community site.  If you know Python well
! and would like to volunteer to work with us on this project, please
! contact <volunteer@pythonlabs.com> with a summary of your skills.
  
  
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  New Python releases and related technologies are published at
! http://www.python.org/.  Come visit us!
  
! There's also a Python community web site at http://starship.python.net/.
  
  
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  best to post to the comp.lang.python or the Python mailing list (see
  above).  If you specifically don't want to involve the newsgroup or
! mailing list, send questions to <help@python.org> (a group of
! volunteers who answer questions as they can).  The newsgroup is the
! most efficient way to ask public questions.
  
  
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  best to post to the comp.lang.python or the Python mailing list (see
  above).  If you specifically don't want to involve the newsgroup or
! mailing list, send questions to help@python.org (a group of volunteers
! who answer questions as they can).  The newsgroup is the most
! efficient way to ask public questions.
  
  
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*** 228,233 ****
  
  (Some of these may no longer apply.  If you find you can build Python
! on these platforms without the special directions mentioned here, mail
! to <python@pythonlabs.com> so we can remove them!)
  
  64-bit platforms: The modules audioop, imageop and rgbimg don't work.
--- 218,224 ----
  
  (Some of these may no longer apply.  If you find you can build Python
! on these platforms without the special directions mentioned here,
! submit a documentation bug report to SourceForge (see Bug Reports
! above) so we can remove them!)
  
  64-bit platforms: The modules audioop, imageop and rgbimg don't work.
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  All subdirectories created will have Python's version number in their
  name, e.g. the library modules are installed in
! "/usr/local/lib/python2.0/" by default.  The Python binary is
! installed as "python2.0" and a hard link named "python" is created.
! The only file not installed with a version number in its name is the
! manual page, installed as "/usr/local/man/man1/python.1" by default.
  
  If you have a previous installation of a pre-2.0 Python that you don't
--- 538,547 ----
  All subdirectories created will have Python's version number in their
  name, e.g. the library modules are installed in
! "/usr/local/lib/python<version>/" by default, where <version> is the
! <major>.<minor> release number (i.e. "2.0", even though this is Python
! 2.0.1).  The Python binary is installed as "python<version>" and a
! hard link named "python" is created.  The only file not installed with
! a version number in its name is the manual page, installed as
! "/usr/local/man/man1/python.1" by default.
  
  If you have a previous installation of a pre-2.0 Python that you don't
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  This installs the same set of files as "make install" except it
! doesn't create the hard link to "python2.0" named "python" and it
! doesn't install the manual page at all.
  
  The only thing you may have to install manually is the Python mode for
--- 551,556 ----
  
  This installs the same set of files as "make install" except it
! doesn't create the hard link to "python<version>" named "python" and
! it doesn't install the manual page at all.
  
  The only thing you may have to install manually is the Python mode for
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  Of course, there are also binary distributions available for these
! platforms -- see http://www.pythonlabs.com/products/python2.0/.
  
  To port Python to a new non-UNIX system, you will have to fake the
--- 706,710 ----
  
  Of course, there are also binary distributions available for these
! platforms -- see http://www.python.org/.
  
  To port Python to a new non-UNIX system, you will have to fake the
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  Misc/python-mode.el.  Originally written by the famous Tim Peters, it
  is now maintained by the equally famous Barry Warsaw (it's no
! coincidence that they now both work at PythonLabs).  The latest
  version, along with various other contributed Python-related Emacs
! goodies, is online at <http://www.python.org/emacs/python-mode>.  And
  if you are planning to edit the Python C code, please pick up the
! latest version of CC Mode <http://www.python.org/emacs/cc-mode>; it
  contains a "python" style used throughout most of the Python C source
  files.  (Newer versions of Emacs or XEmacs may already come with the
--- 728,736 ----
  Misc/python-mode.el.  Originally written by the famous Tim Peters, it
  is now maintained by the equally famous Barry Warsaw (it's no
! coincidence that they now both work on the same team).  The latest
  version, along with various other contributed Python-related Emacs
! goodies, is online at http://www.python.org/emacs/python-mode.  And
  if you are planning to edit the Python C code, please pick up the
! latest version of CC Mode http://www.python.org/emacs/cc-mode; it
  contains a "python" style used throughout most of the Python C source
  files.  (Newer versions of Emacs or XEmacs may already come with the
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  config.status   Status from last run of the configure script
  getbuildinfo.o	Object file from Modules/getbuildinfo.c
! libpython2.0.a	The library archive
  python          The executable interpreter
  tags, TAGS      Tags files for vi and Emacs
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  config.status   Status from last run of the configure script
  getbuildinfo.o	Object file from Modules/getbuildinfo.c
! libpython<version>.a	The library archive
  python          The executable interpreter
  tags, TAGS      Tags files for vi and Emacs
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! --Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.pythonlabs.com/~guido/)
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! --Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)