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2008-03-25  Norbert Koch  <viteno@xemacs.org>

	* Makefile (VERSION): XEmacs package 0.52 released.

2008-03-20  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>

	Suppress messages to stderr at XEmacs startup.
	Allow user to suppress menu insinuation and guided tour load.

	* guided-tour.el: Update copyright notice.
	(guided-tour-insinuate-menubar): Change sense of
	boolean, improve default, and fixup documentation.
	(guided-tour-insinuate-menubar): Make function unconditional if
	interactive.  Fixup for change in control variable.  Add to
	`after-init-hook' instead of calling from auto-autoloads.el.
	(guided-tour): Mark with autoload cookie.
	(guided-tour-about): Fix typo, update copyright.

2007-05-07  Norbert Koch  <viteno@xemacs.org>

	* Makefile (VERSION): XEmacs package 0.51 released.

2007-05-05  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>

	* guided-tour.el: Make pointer to permissions notice more accurate.
	(guided-tour): 
	(guided-tour-submenu): 
	(guided-tour-insinuate-menubar): 
	Bow to Phil's modesty.
	(guided-tour-about):
	Add pointers to Phil's page, GNU's mirror, licensing, and plans to FAQ.

2007-05-04  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>

	* guided-tour.el (guided-tour-open-utilities): New.  List of
	generic open utilities.  Add `xdg-open', `see', and `gnome-open'.
	Suggested by Jason Spiro and Ville Skytt� on XEmacs Beta.
	<c241693f0705031325g5f10c8dfl689dd5ed78233710@mail.gmail.com>
	<200705040928.41802.scop@xemacs.org>
	(guided-tour-odp-viewer):
	(guided-tour-pdf-viewer):
	Use it.

2007-05-03  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>

	Create package.

	* emacs-slides-1.odp:
	* emacs-slides-2.odp:
	* emacs-slides-3.odp:
	* emacs-slides-1.pdf:
	* emacs-slides-2.pdf:
	* emacs-slides-3.pdf:
	Import Phil Sung's "Guided Tour" content, from
	http://stuff.mit.edu/iap/emacs/ @2007-02-18T09:15.

	Note: Phil graciously licensed these to XEmacs under the MIT/X11
	license allowing us to use *these versions only* in any way we
	might want to inside of XEmacs (specifically, we can freely use
	this content in our Texinfo manuals), but asks that we distribute
	only under the GPL or GFDL or both.  The content is copyright-
	assigned to the FSF, and is publicly licensed only under the GPL
	and GFDL (as of this writing).  When in doubt as to the intent of
	the permissions for use of content, ask Phil first, don't rely on
	the letter of the law or licenses.

	* package-info.in:
	* Makefile:
	* ChangeLog:
	New.  Package infrastructure.

	* guided-tour.el:
	New.  Menuing infrastructure.