|author||Christian Grothoff <email@example.com>||2019-02-19 15:43:27 +0100|
|committer||Christian Grothoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-02-19 15:43:27 +0100|
remove obsolete comments
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1 files changed, 2 insertions, 12 deletions
@@ -166,22 +166,12 @@ Building GNUnet from source
IMPORTANT: You can read further notes about compilation from source in
-the 'doc/FILENAME' document, which includes notes about specific
+the handbook under doc/handbook/, which includes notes about specific
requirements for operating systems aswell. If you are a package
mantainer for an Operating System we invite you to add your notes if
you feel it is necessary and can not be covered in your Operating
-If you are building GNUnet from source you are either interested
-in furthering its development (we have further notes for developer
-builds in our 'GNUnet Developer Handbook') or you don't trust other
-people's binaries or your Operating System doesn't provide any
-binary package (at the moment).
-If you're on Gentoo you can build GNUnet using the recipes provided
-in the 'youbroketheinternet' overlay. Other Operating Systems may
-unintentionally require you to build GNUnet from source.
Two prominent examples which currently lack cross-compilation
support in GNUnet (and native binaries) are MS Windows and Apple macOS.
For macOS we recommend you to do the build process via Homebrew and a
@@ -317,7 +307,7 @@ Usage
For detailed usage notes, instructions and examples, refer to the
-included 'GNUnet User Handbook'.
+included 'GNUnet Handbook'.
First, you must obtain an initial list of GNUnet hosts. Knowing a
single peer is sufficient since after that GNUnet propagates