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Armin Rigo avatarArmin Rigo
What to do with 'whatsnew-head.rst'
Maciej Fijalkowski avatarMaciej Fijalkowski
We don't do that. Those are created automatically from tags. I'm unsure how
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
add a point to how-to-release
Christian Tismer avatarChristian Tismer
manual big review of changes
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win64-stage1
Christian Tismer avatarChristian Tismer
reverted merge with default
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win64-stage1
Armin Rigo avatarArmin Rigo
Attempt to kill 5225def4e322, which contains the broken
Christian Tismer avatarChristian Tismer
merge
Maciej Fijalkowski avatarMaciej Fijalkowski
kill the meeting talk
Armin Rigo avatarArmin Rigo
Documentation for continulets.
Maciej Fijalkowski avatarMaciej Fijalkowski
kill, outdated
Maciej Fijalkowski avatarMaciej Fijalkowski
update doc
lac avatarlac
edit how to release to include changing the tracker so we don't make that mistake again (no way for people to file bugs against the new release)
lac avatarlac
(lac, cfbolz) change crufty, needswork and throwaway to be .txt files not
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documentation-cleanup
Carl Friedrich Bolz avatarCarl Friedrich Bolz
(lac, cfbolz): those need work, but we want to keep them
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documentation-cleanup
David Malcolm avatarDavid Malcolm
(dmalcolm, lac): Move various comments from inside toctree directives to other locations, as it causes warnings
David Malcolm avatarDavid Malcolm
(dmalcolm, lac): Mass rename of documentation files from .txt to .rst, to help editors recognize the format
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