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Added "Wonderous are the Ways of MS" to the main site, linked in various
places, etc.

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 T2_HUMOUR_DOCS_SRC = $(filter $(T2_SRC_DIR)/humour/%,$(T2_DOCS_SRC)) \
 					 $(filter $(T2_SRC_DIR)/humour.html.wml,$(T2_DOCS_SRC)) \
-					 $(filter $(T2_SRC_DIR)/wysiwyt.html.wml,$(T2_DOCS_SRC))
+					 $(filter $(T2_SRC_DIR)/wysiwyt.html.wml,$(T2_DOCS_SRC)) \
+					 $(filter $(T2_SRC_DIR)/wonderous.html.wml,$(T2_DOCS_SRC))
 
 $(T2_HUMOUR_DOCS_SRC):: $(T2_SRC_DIR)/%.html.wml: $(HUMOUR_DEPS)
 	touch $@

lib/MySectNavData.pm

     },
     {
         'id' => "humour",
-        'regex' => "^/(humour/|(humour|wysiwyt.html))",
+        'regex' => "^/(humour/|((humour|wysiwyt|wonderous)\.html))",
         'class' => "Humour",
         'title' => "Humour Section Menu",
     },

lib/Shlomif/Homepage/SectionMenu/Sects/Humour.pm

                     'url' => "wysiwyt.html",
                     'title' => "A Project by the International Really Pissed-off Windows User Group",
                 },
+                {
+                    'text' => "Wonderous are the Ways of Microsoft",
+                    'url' => "wonderous.html",
+                },
             ],
         },
     ],

t2/humour/bits/index.html.wml

 <a href="http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/04/01/1344214">the 
 Slashdot discussion</a>.
 </p>
+
+<h3><a href="$(ROOT)/wonderous.html">Wonderous are the Ways of 
+Microsoft</a></h3>
+
+<p>
+How compatible are Windows 3.11, Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0?
+</p>
+

t2/wonderous.html

-<HTML>
-<TITLE>IRPWUG Announces Project WYSIWYT</TITLE>
-<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">
-
-<H2>Wonderous are the ways of Microsoft</H2>
-
-<BR><BR>
-
-<OL>
-<LI> The Windows 95 explorer can handle long filenames. The Windows 95
-"file manager" cannot. On Windows NT 4.0, both the explorer and the
-"file manager" handle long file names.<P>
-
-<LI> The Edit command-prompt utility that comes with Windows 95 can
-handle long filenames and open more than one file at once. Windows NT
-4.0's Edit cannot. <P>
-
-<LI> Edit, as we all knows, relies on QBASIC.EXE, at least on DOS and
-Windows 3.11. Windows NT 4.0 follows the DOS 5.0/6.0 tradition and
-includes its help file for BASIC programmers to use as reference.
-Windows 95 does not. (how is a programmer who doesn't have the time
-and/or resources and/or sense to download Perl for Win32 and/or half
-the DJGPP distribution is supposed to program the wretched thing?)<P>
-
-<LI> Speaking of Edit: on all Windows 3.11, Windows 95, and Windows NT,
-Edit can handle files containing only "line-feed" characters at the end
-of the line, (such as those originating from UNIXes) pretty well, and
-even converts them to CR-LF when saving (a nice "feature"). Notepad on
-the other hand does not, and places many adjacent lines on one line.<P>
-
-<LI> Notepad for Windows 95, as was Windows 3.11's Notepad, is limited
-and can only view files whose file-length does not exceed 64 KB. NT's
-notepad can view files of any size.<P>
-
-<LI> BTW, for an editor with no replace feature (at least not on
-Windows 95), no regular-expression search and replace, no indentation
-support, no syntax-highlighting and no macros and scriptability
-features: notepad is one hell of an editor!<P>
-
-<LI> Windows 95 supply DOS programs with int 21h functions for long
-file names. Thus, DJGPP ports of UNIX utilites can work in style.
-Windows NT, on the other hand, does not. Thus, DJGPP programs cannot
-work in style.<P>
-
-</OL>
-
-<B>Coming Next:</B><P>
-
-Windows CE, Windows 98 and Windows NT 5.0!
-
-
-
-</OL> 
-
-
-<BR><BR>
-<HR>
-Designed by Shlomi Fish, <A HREF="mailto:shlomif@iglu.org.il">shlomif@iglu.org.il</A><BR>
-<BR>
-<DIV ALIGN=RIGHT>
-<A HREF="./"><IMG SRC="images/bk2hp.gif" BORDER=0></A>
-</DIV>
-
-</BODY>

t2/wonderous.html.wml

+#include '../template.wml'
+
+<latemp_subject "Wonderous are the ways of Microsoft" />
+
+<ol>
+
+<li>
+The Windows 95 explorer can handle long filenames. The Windows 95
+"file manager" cannot. On Windows NT 4.0, both the explorer and the
+"file manager" handle long filenames.
+</li>
+
+<li>
+The Edit command-prompt utility that comes with Windows 95 can
+handle long filenames and open more than one file at once. Windows NT
+4.0's Edit cannot.
+</li>
+
+<li>
+Edit, as we all knows, relies on QBASIC.EXE, at least on DOS and
+Windows 3.11. Windows NT 4.0 follows the DOS 5.0/6.0 tradition and
+includes its help file for BASIC programmers to use as reference.
+Windows 95 does not. (how is a programmer who doesn't have the time
+and/or resources and/or sense to download Perl for Win32 and/or half
+the DJGPP distribution is supposed to program the wretched thing?)
+</li>
+
+<li>
+Speaking of Edit: on all Windows 3.11, Windows 95, and Windows NT,
+Edit can handle files containing only "line-feed" characters at the end
+of the line, (such as those originating from UNIXes) pretty well, and
+even converts them to CR-LF when saving (a nice "feature"). Notepad on
+the other hand does not, and places many adjacent lines on one line.
+</li>
+
+<li>
+Notepad for Windows 95, as was Windows 3.11's Notepad, is limited
+and can only view files whose file-length does not exceed 64 KB. NT's
+notepad can view files of any size.
+</li>
+
+<li>
+BTW, for an editor with no replace feature (at least not on
+Windows 95), no regular-expression search and replace, no indentation
+support, no syntax-highlighting and no macros and scriptability
+features: notepad is one hell of an editor!
+</li>
+
+<li>
+Windows 95 supply DOS programs with int 21h functions for long
+file names. Thus, DJGPP ports of UNIX utilites can work in style.
+Windows NT, on the other hand, does not. Thus, DJGPP programs cannot
+work in style.
+</li>
+
+</ol>
+
+<p>
+<b>Coming Next:</b> Windows CE, Windows 98 and Windows NT 5.0!
+</p>
+