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version changes for 1.7.1 rc3 release

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-include Setup.in *.py WHATSNEW readme.txt
+include Setup.in *.py WHATSNEW readme.txt install.html
 recursive-include docs *
 recursive-include lib *
 recursive-include src *
 # BREAK = change breaks existing code
 # BUG	= fixed a bug that was (or could have been) crashing
 
+August 15, 2005
+    Fix to make Chinese fonts work better on windows.  
+      From retsyo  AT  eyou  Dot  com.
+    Fix for Channel.set_volume() to not use panning if seting overall volume.
+    Made setup put in missing files into the source distribution.
+    Fix for fastevents example on linux.
+
 August 10, 2005
     Fix for overlay.c to compile in windows.  
     Fixed some warnings for font, and rotozoom with gcc4.

File install.html

 Once that is in place, you want to download the appropriate
 windows binary. From the pygame downloads page you can find the .EXE
 file you need. This will automatically install all of pygame and all the SDL
-dependencies. The windows binaries have filenames like this; "pygame-1.7.win32-py2.4.exe".
-This would be the installer for pygame version 1.7, for Python version 2.4. You
+dependencies. The windows binaries have filenames like this; "pygame-1.7.1.win32-py2.4.exe".
+This would be the installer for pygame version 1.7.1, for Python version 2.4. You
 shouldn't have trouble finding the correct binary from the "Windows" section
 of the download page.
 <a href=http://www.pygame.org/download.shtml>http://www.pygame.org/download.shtml</a>.
 installation package. This will add easy links to the different documentation
 and games that come with pygame. The installer for this is found
 next to the other windows binary downloads. The filename looks like this;
-"pygame-docs-1.7.exe". And this would install the documentation and
-examples for pygame-1.7.
+"pygame-docs-1.7.1.exe". And this would install the documentation and
+examples for pygame-1.7.1
 </p><p>
 One other thing the windows binaries are missing is the Numeric Python
 package. You can easily install this separately and it will allow you to use

File lib/version.py

 releases. (hmm, until we get to versions > 10)
 """
 
-ver =   '1.7.1rc2'
+ver =   '1.7.1rc3'
 vernum = 1,7,1
 <font size=+5><b>Pygame Readme</b></font>
 </td></tr><tr><td align=left width=33%><big>
 
-Version 1.7
+Version 1.7.1
 
 
 </td><td align=center width=34%><big>
 
    Pygame Readme
-   Version 1.7 Python Game Development
+   Version 1.7.1 Python Game Development
    by Pete Shinners http://www.pygame.org
    pete@shinners.org
 
 
 METADATA = {
     "name":             "pygame",
-    "version":          "1.7.1rc2",
+    "version":          "1.7.1rc3",
     "license":          "LGPL",
     "url":              "http://www.pygame.org",
     "author":           "Pete Shinners",