CVS log for ais/ai-00068.txt
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Reading version of 1.5
Modified 2000/08/01 05:39:32
by Randy with line changes +4 -4
CVS Tags: HEAD, AI070120, AI060306, AI051215, AI050615, AI050415, AI041115, AI040915, AI040301, AI040125, AI030925, AI030620, AI-030201, AI021030, AI020210, AI011001, AI010601, AI001001, AI000815
Differences from 1.4
Various changes for the final versions of the Corrigendum and related documents.
Reading version of 1.4
Modified 2000/07/13 04:31:27
by Randy with line changes +2 -2
Differences from 1.3
Additional updates based on results of Potsdam ARG meeting.
Reading version of 1.3
Modified 1999/09/16 20:40:29
by Randy with line changes +3 -3
CVS Tags: AI000625, AI000320, AI990915
Differences from 1.2
Repaired various typos in the corrigendum.
Reading version of 1.2
Modified 1999/08/31 22:53:54
by Randy with line changes +2 -1
Differences from 1.1
Added "Qualifer" tag for defect reports; other minor adjustments for those reports.
Reading version of 1.1
Modified 1999/07/29 00:52:07
Recreated presentation AIs for the standard.
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