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   Liece works under following environment at least.
   
   - Emacs 20.7
-  - XEmacs 21.4 or later
+  - XEmacs 21.1 or later
   
   This package uses following libraries.
   
   
 ** Setting up your ~/.emacs   
   
-  If you are using Emacs or Mule, please add directory of APEL and
-  Liece to load-path.  If you install by default setting you can write
-  subdirs.el for example:
-  
-  ex:
-  (normal-top-level-add-to-load-path '("apel" "liece"))
-
-  If you are using Emacs 20.3 or XEmacs, prepare `subdirs.el' with
-  following contents, Emacs will find and append each substantial
-  directory to `load-path' automagically.
+  If you are using Emacs 20.7, prepare `subdirs.el' with following
+  contents, Emacs will find and append each substantial directory to
+  `load-path' automagically.
 
   ex:
   (normal-top-level-add-subdirs-to-load-path)
 
-  If you are using Emacs 19 or earlier version of Emacsen, 
-  you have to write more complicated path-setting in your `~/.emacs'.
-  
-  ex: 
-  (setq load-path 
-        (append 
-         (list "/usr/local/lib/mule/site-lisp/apel"
-	       "/usr/local/lib/mule/site-lisp/liece")
-         load-path))
-  
-  For more details, please read `README' file come along with APEL.
-
   If you have never been using liece and/or its variants, 
   add an autoload setting into your `~/.emacs'.
 
   ex:
   (autoload 'liece "liece" nil t)
 
-** Setting up your ~/.liece/init.el
-  
-  If you have never run Liece, and quite unsure to configure startup
-  files in Emacs Lisp, please copy `sample.dot.emacs' file to `~/.liece/init.el'.
+  If you are using Emacs 20.7 and have never run Liece, run
+  `etc/gnu-emacs-user-config' to prepare initial settings.
   
 * Optional packages