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Remove Cogito from ChangeLog and INSTALL too

Git does not appear to have anything like cg clone -s, which makes the
clone in the current directory rather than in a new directory.  It
seems possible to work around that with:

git clone --bare http://elinks.cz/elinks.git .git
git --git-dir=.git config core.bare false
git reset --hard
git clean -f
git checkout elinks-0.12

but that's already so complex that I think it'll be easier to just
remove the whole directory and clone to a new one.

The whole concept of first downloading a snapshot and then updating
that from version control comes from the time when ELinks was in CVS.
It made sense then because CVS could download deltas based on the data
in the CVS subdirectories contained in the snapshots.  However, Git
wants to get the whole history and does not benefit from having the
files of a single commit available in advance.
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Kalle Olavi Niemitalo 2008-07-01 02:17:51 +03:00 committed by Kalle Olavi Niemitalo
parent 2338d9124a
commit 57c2e9e9ba
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The ChangeLog file has been removed. You can get the equivalent information
by doing
$ cg log
$ git log
in a checked out GIT tree, or using the gitweb interface available at:

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@ -11,19 +11,14 @@ ECMAScript (that's JavaScript) support.
In order to check out the latest tree from GIT (using Cogito):
In order to check out the latest tree from GIT:
$ cg clone check_file_SITES_for_value_of_this
$ git clone check_file_SITES_for_value_of_this
$ cd elinks
To update your existing tree to the latest GIT version, do:
$ cg update
If you downloaded a nightly snapshot, and want to check out the latest tree
from GIT in it, use the command:
$ cg clone -s check_file_SITES_for_value_of_this
$ git pull
Note that if you obtained the sources directly from GIT, you NEED to run
./autogen.sh! (It should be enough to do it once - however, if you have build