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1242008-02-16 19:42:32text/plainAUTHORS
80052008-03-03 08:26:41text/plainNEWS
991912008-03-03 08:25:06text/plainOLD-NEWS
7202008-02-26 12:15:47text/plainTHANKS
7592008-03-01 14:08:02text/plainTODO
7082008-03-03 08:35:56text/plainWHIRLPOOLSUMS
155632008-04-30 08:43:24text/htmldist-lisp-index.html
8242004-08-25 12:10:40text/plainmake-dist-lisp-index.el
8042008-03-18 12:37:30text/plainmake-dist-lisp-index.scm
4655462007-04-20 14:25:30application/x-tarttn-pers-elisp-1.57.tar.gz
4608322007-08-25 20:17:25application/x-tarttn-pers-elisp-1.58.tar.gz
3601682008-03-03 08:33:11application/x-tarttn-pers-elisp-1.59.tar.gz

This directory tree contains ttn's personal elisp library, released under
GNU GPL with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.  See the file COPYING for details.

See NEWS for a description of user-visible changes.
See ChangeLog and lisp/ChangeLog for complete details.
See AUTHORS and THANKS for correspondance info.
See TODO for an idea of future direction.

The rest of this file contains two sections: usage and manifest.

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* Usage

	After unpacking, build and install with:

		./configure
		make
		make install

	You can specify env var EMACS to the first two commands to override
	the default value (which is simply "emacs" and resolves to the first
	dir in $PATH that has an "emacs" executable).

	Installation creates and populates dir ${sitelisp}/ttn-pers-elisp/
	where ${sitelisp} is normally ${datadir}/emacs/site-lisp, and
	${datadir} is normally ${prefix}/share.  You can override these
	values by using `--prefix' or `--with-sitelisp', like so:

		./configure --with-sitelisp=DIR

	Installation also creates ${sitelisp}/setup-ttn-pers-elisp.el
	which provides bootstrap command `setup-ttn-pers-elisp'.

	Typical usage (in ~/.emacs) is:

		(require 'setup-ttn-pers-elisp)
		(setup-ttn-pers-elisp)

	This adds subdirs to `load-path' only and avoids further changes
	(such as enabling some autoloads via loading lisp/loaddefs.el,
	modifying keybindings, etc).  You can activate these changes by
	passing args to `setup-ttn-pers-elisp', q.v.

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* Manifest

Below is output from command: "ls -lRtG -I CVS".
(Use `M-x update-README RET' to update.)
Do not modify these lines.  Edits below this line will be lost.
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