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Directory Files

    Information for getting in touch with the tinderbox author
    and maintainers

    A list of the changes that have been made to the source by date
    A list of changes that have been made since the last release

    An overview of the Tinderbox2 system

    Local policies you will need to define and understand before you
    can install Tinderbox2

    Instructions on how to install Tinderbox2 at your location

    A list of planned enhancements for the future and discussions
    of things which were included in Tinderbox1 but do not fit
    in the current architecture.

    What were the goals for the the system and how does it differ
    from Tinderbox1

    A program to scan your environment and create the Makefile

    A makefile to construct and install the system files

    Files which can be used to create Red Hat packages of the
    system for ease of installation and management.

    A discussion of how the Netscape project uses this software.
    This will give you some ideas on how to use it on your project.

    Some ideas for additional things to test in your software.

Tinderbox Documentation

*) Every directory has a ReadMe file which tells about all the files
in that directory.

*) Every executable can be run with --help so that you can see what
the program does and what its arguments are.  If you have trouble
running the file just look at the file in a text editor and find
the string "usage".

*) The top of every file (both code and configuration) has a short
explanation of what this file does.

*) The code has lots of documentation so you can read the code if you
need more details about how something works.