Commit 57dda3bb authored by Katsumi Yamaoka's avatar Katsumi Yamaoka

gnus.texi (Other Gnus Versions): Remove.

parent 614ce227
2011-10-31 Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@jpl.org>
* gnus.texi (Other Gnus Versions): Remove.
2011-10-28 Alan Mackenzie <acm@muc.de>
* cc-mode.texi (Indentation Commands): Mention "macros with semicolons".
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......@@ -891,7 +891,6 @@ Appendices
History
* Gnus Versions:: What Gnus versions have been released.
* Other Gnus Versions:: Other Gnus versions that also have been released.
* Why?:: What's the point of Gnus?
* Compatibility:: Just how compatible is Gnus with @sc{gnus}?
* Conformity:: Gnus tries to conform to all standards.
......@@ -26382,7 +26381,6 @@ renamed it back again to ``Gnus''. But in mixed case. ``Gnus'' vs.
@menu
* Gnus Versions:: What Gnus versions have been released.
* Other Gnus Versions:: Other Gnus versions that also have been released.
* Why?:: What's the point of Gnus?
* Compatibility:: Just how compatible is Gnus with @sc{gnus}?
* Conformity:: Gnus tries to conform to all standards.
......@@ -26438,22 +26436,6 @@ you do, don't run. Walk away, calmly, until you're out of its reach.
Find a proper released version of Gnus and snuggle up to that instead.
@node Other Gnus Versions
@subsection Other Gnus Versions
@cindex Semi-gnus
In addition to the versions of Gnus which have had their releases
coordinated by Lars, one major development has been Semi-gnus from
Japan. It's based on a library called @acronym{SEMI}, which provides
@acronym{MIME} capabilities.
These Gnusae are based mainly on Gnus 5.6 and Pterodactyl Gnus.
Collectively, they are called ``Semi-gnus'', and different strains are
called T-gnus, ET-gnus, Nana-gnus and Chaos. These provide powerful
@acronym{MIME} and multilingualization things, especially important for
Japanese users.
@node Why?
@subsection Why?
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