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Comment:Fix a typo in the "concepts.wiki" documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2008-07-21 01:37:15
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2008-07-23
13:01
The "extra" and "clean" commands ignore the repository file if the repository happens to be within the check-out. Ticket [c7b35be88]. check-in: 2ecc407d user: drh tags: trunk
2008-07-21
01:37
Fix a typo in the "concepts.wiki" documentation. check-in: bad9999d user: drh tags: trunk
2008-07-20
17:37
Updated documentation to indicate that bug-tracking is now available. Preliminary documentation on bug-tracking. (Much more documentation is needed - also need documentation on how the wiki works.) check-in: 6ecc392f user: drh tags: trunk
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SQLite, patch, or any similar software on your system in order to use
fossil effectively.  You will want to have some kind of text editor
for entering check-in comments.  Fossil will use whatever text editor
is identified by your VISUAL environment variable.  Fossil will also
use GPG to clearsign your manifests if you happen to have it installed,
but fossil will skip that step if GPG missing from your system.
You can optionally set up fossil to use external "diff" programs, 
though SQLite has an excellent built-in "diff" algorithm that works
fine for most people.</p>

<p>To uninstall fossil, simply delete the executable.</p>

<p>To upgrade an older version of fossil to a newer version, just
replace the old executable with the new one.  You might need to 
run a one-time command to restructure your repositories after







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SQLite, patch, or any similar software on your system in order to use
fossil effectively.  You will want to have some kind of text editor
for entering check-in comments.  Fossil will use whatever text editor
is identified by your VISUAL environment variable.  Fossil will also
use GPG to clearsign your manifests if you happen to have it installed,
but fossil will skip that step if GPG missing from your system.
You can optionally set up fossil to use external "diff" programs, 
though fossil has an excellent built-in "diff" algorithm that works
fine for most people.</p>

<p>To uninstall fossil, simply delete the executable.</p>

<p>To upgrade an older version of fossil to a newer version, just
replace the old executable with the new one.  You might need to 
run a one-time command to restructure your repositories after