Updated: cygwin-doc-1.3-3

Joshua Daniel Franklin joshuadfranklin@yahoo.com
Tue Apr 1 14:56:00 GMT 2003

A new version of the cygwin-doc package is now available. This release
includes the new documentation for setup.exe, brings the other documentation
up to date, and fixes a few typos. Details about what has changed:

	-(Joshua Daniel Franklin) 
	* setup-net.sgml: Add documentation for setup.exe
	Thanks to Rob Collins, Christopher Faylor, Pierre Humblet, Elfyn 
	McBratney, Hannu E K Nevalainen, Igor Pechtchanski, and Randall Schulz

	-Generate info files with docbook2X on Debian (see cygwin-info/README)
	in the cygwin-doc source

	-(Christopher Faylor) 
	* utils.sgml: Fix typo in 'mount' documentation
	Thanks to Dwight Wilcox for noticing this.

	-(Joshua Daniel Franklin) 
	* setup-net.sgml: Add "setup-maxmem" section 
	* setup2.sgml: New section "setup-maxmem" to document heap_chunk_in_mb

	-(Pierre A. Humblet) 
	* utils.sgml: Document '-c' option to mkgroup and mkpasswd

	-(Joshua Daniel Franklin) 
        * cygwinenv.sgml: Add section for "CYGWIN codepage:[ansi|oem]"
        * dll.sgml: Add pointer to GCC website for more information
        * utils.sgml: Update regtool for -K,--key-separator option



To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the <http://cygwin.com/> web page.  This downloads setup.exe to your
system.  Then, run setup and answer all of the questions. You may want
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