Get it from the usual places:
There has been a minor amount of reorganization to make the build
cleaner. Naturally, something went wrong. In order to get the name
right, please apply the following patch if you are not using CVS to
update with. If this is the only new thing wrong, I'll be happy ...
RCS file: /usr/CVSroot/XEmacs/xemacs/version.sh,v
retrieving revision 1.144
retrieving revision 1.145
diff -u -r1.144 -r1.145
--- version.sh 1999/03/01 18:11:26 1.144
+++ version.sh 1999/03/01 19:26:49 1.145
＠＠ -2,7 +2,7 ＠＠
+xemacs_codename="20 minutes to Nikko"
Building with Mule should be a little easier now. Mulish dumped lisp
files are now distributed with the core. I will separate them out
into a separate tarball if there are any problems with Latin-1 XEmacs,
but I didn't find any in my own testing.
You will need the latest & greatest mule-base package in order to
avoid lots of Lisp shadows.
Install that prior to building the new version and make sure that
the previous directory, lisp/mule-base, gets `rm -rf'ed prior to
installation of the update.
There will be a new 21.0 release in very short order, definitely by
the end of the week. I'm aiming for Friday.
to 21.0 "20 minutes to Nikko"
-- Dialog box fix from Jan Vroonhof
-- prevent minimization of maximized frame from Andy Piper
-- miscellaneous patches from Andy Piper and Gleb Arshinov
-- miscellaneous patches from Charles Waldman and Adrian Aichner
-- Mule dump time files remerged from mule-base package
-- Documentation fixes from Jan Vroonhof
-- 24bit color image fix from Kazuo OISHI
-- various build fixes from Martin Buchholz
 I already know about the hideifdef breakage, but I won't have
time to fix it tonight. An update will be coming first thing in the