I committed one small change to configure by Jan Vroonhof to fix a
configure typo. If you haven't broken on an error message about
`dash_r' or "-rpath" or "-R" you don't need to bother with it.
The major architectural change is that Lisp packages can be built from
a top-level make without requiring XEmacs/Mule. Modify XEmacs.rules
and comment out the line reading:
As of today, I consider it fair game to start reporting bugs on global
builds from CVS.
The updated package-get-base file is named:
Lisp Package Updates
nonfunctional, nonuser-visible build only changes:
For CVS the files: ChangeLog, Makefile, XEmacs.rules, package-compile.el,
and oa/Makefile were updated.
empty file diary-ins.el removed
allow building with XEmacs/no-Mule
package-info.in fix (remove `dump t' marking)
Updated Packages with user-visible changes
Postscript syntax fix for '}'
V1.9 (Hrvoje Niksic patches from xemacs-beta merged)
German Menubar, allowing building with XEmacs/no-Mule
package-info.in typo fix, Lucid->XEmacs
Major update, bbdb and LDAP backends now supported
Port to 21.2, Lucid->XEmacs
TUTORIAL run-time fix, allow building with XEmacs/no-Mule
Allowing toggling of selection deletion behavior
Fix package-info.in (remove `dump t' marking), menu fix
Character quote syntax fix
 Not that I'll have a whole lot of time to do much about it in the