CVS log for ai12s/ai12-0399-1.txt

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Reading version of 1.5
Modified 2022/06/25 06:14:07 by randy with line changes +1 -0
Differences from 1.4
Added WG 9 approval to all remaining ARG Approved AIs (as per June 22nd WG 9 meeting).

Reading version of 1.4
Modified 2021/02/13 04:56:11 by randy with line changes +569 -11
CVS Tags: AI220430, AI220127, AI210710, AI210529, AI210318
Differences from 1.3
Added !corrigendums, corrected a few paragraph numbers.

Reading version of 1.3
Modified 2020/12/17 04:14:26 by randy with line changes +34 -218
CVS Tags: AI210115
Differences from 1.2
Moved much of the meat to AI12-0409-1 as agreed at meeting #62H.

Reading version of 1.2
Modified 2020/10/22 23:59:00 by randy with line changes +5 -3
CVS Tags: AI201203
Differences from 1.1
Editorial and status changes from the October 21st ARG meeting (#62G).

Reading version of 1.1
Modified 2020/10/16 02:49:47 by randy
CVS Tags: AI201015
Added an AI from Tucker Taft and related mail.

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