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authorRoland McGrath <roland@gnu.org>2009-02-24 23:45:59 +0000
committerRoland McGrath <roland@gnu.org>2009-02-24 23:45:59 +0000
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[BZ #9895]
2009-02-24 Roland McGrath <roland@redhat.com> [BZ #9895] * README.template: Reworded not to use substituted version number. Renamed to ... * README: ... here (no longer generated). * Makefile (README): Target removed.
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-This directory contains the version 2.7 release of the GNU C Library.
+This directory contains the sources of the GNU C Library.
+See the file "version.h" for what release version you have.
The GNU C Library is the standard system C library for all GNU systems,
and is an important part of what makes up a GNU system. It provides the
@@ -52,7 +53,7 @@ The GNU C Library supports these configurations for using Linux kernels:
The code for other CPU configurations supported by volunteers outside of
the core glibc maintenance effort is contained in the separate `ports'
-add-on. You can find glibc-ports-2.7 distributed separately in the
+add-on. You can find glibc-ports-VERSION distributed separately in the
same place where you got the main glibc distribution files.
Currently these configurations are known to work using the `ports' add-on: