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|Comment:||Remove cmd_.wiki-template which is a relic (avoiding the pun...) from when the commands were documented as individual /doc/cmd_*.wiki files|
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|User & Date:||andygoth 2016-11-05 15:58:07|
|16:07||Correct title of Principles Of Operation page. Perhaps mkindex.tcl should be taught to extract titles from the documents themselves check-in: 57896771 user: andygoth tags: trunk|
|15:58||Remove cmd_.wiki-template which is a relic (avoiding the pun...) from when the commands were documented as individual /doc/cmd_*.wiki files check-in: dac02c3d user: andygoth tags: trunk|
|15:49||Expand list of stopwords in permuted index check-in: 95bb5a24 user: andygoth tags: trunk|
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<h2>foo</h2> The <code>foo</code> command is informational, it doesn't do anything to a checked-out project, but it tells you something about it. The <code>foo</code> command <<allows you | helps> to> | <ensures that> bar. The flibenglookners that the foo command <operates on> | <displays> bar. Typing <code>fossil foo</code> will gonkulate any flibenglookners, but baz. What we going to exemplify. Example. Raison d'etre. Compare <code>foo</code> to this here other <code>thingy</code>. See also: [./cmd_bar.wiki | fossil bar], [./cmd_baz.wiki | fossil baz], [./reference.wiki | Reference]
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