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bump version numbers and add a news item for the 6.1 release

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Benno Schulenberg 2022-02-09 11:29:32 +01:00
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Changes between v6.0 and v6.1:
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Benno Schulenberg (37):
build: fix compilation when configured with --enable-tiny
build: prevent autopoint from overwriting a newer M4 file from gnulib
bump version numbers and add a news item for the 6.1 release
copyright: update the last year for significantly changed files
copyright: update the years for the FSF
docs: mention bindable function 'zero', for toggling the interface bars
docs: mention 'set guidestripe' and 'set unix' in the sample nanorc
docs: remove obsolete Ctrl+Z from the cheatsheet; mention Alt+X instead
files: let ^C cancel the exiting when the file on disk was changed
gnulib: update to its current upstream state
help: make the description of <Tab> more accurate
help: update the description of M-D, to match the actual order of counts
input: instead of moving waiting keycodes, just increment a pointer
input: suppress any spotlighting when there are more keycodes waiting
menus: don't show M-6 in the help lines of any prompt
prompt: allow the user to copy the answer to the cutbuffer (with M-6)
prompt: let ^K erase text after cursor (if any), otherwise whole answer
tweaks: add some feedback to the autogen.sh script, to ease the wait
tweaks: add some small, clarifying comments
tweaks: adjust a translator hint, to fit the order in the POT file
tweaks: drop foreign M-U and M-R from among the sample CUA bindings
tweaks: remove a redundant check -- add a different one for symmetry
tweaks: remove two redundant checks
tweaks: rename a function and its two parameters, for clarity
tweaks: rename a function and reshuffle its call
tweaks: rename a function, to not contain the name of a variable
tweaks: rename another variable, to better fit in with its sisters
tweaks: rename a variable and a parameter, to be more descriptive
tweaks: rename a variable, away from an abbreviation
tweaks: rename a variable, for clarity and contrast
tweaks: rename a variable, to make it clearer it refers to a window
tweaks: rename two variables, and elide a near-enough duplicate
tweaks: reshuffle some sample bindings, to group them differently
tweaks: reword two comments, and rename a variable (away from an abbrev)
tweaks: stop asking the terminal for its new size -- let ncurses do it
tweaks: use some symbolic names instead of unclear numeric values
tweaks: when discarding keycodes, don't bother parsing them
Changes between v5.9 and v6.0:
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NEWS
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2022.02.09 - GNU nano 6.1 "Rețelele de socializare sunt ca un frigider"
• The behavior of ^K at a prompt has been enhanced: when there is some
text after the cursor, just this text is erased. In the most common
situation, when the cursor is at the end of the answer, the behavior
is as before: the whole answer is erased.
• At a prompt, M-6 copies the current answer into the cutbuffer.
• Large external pastes into nano are handled more quickly.
2021.12.15 - GNU nano 6.0 "Humor heeft ook zijn leuke kanten"
• Option --zero hides the title bar, status bar and help lines, and
uses all rows of the terminal as editing area. The title bar and

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README
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In rough ASCII graphics, this is what nano's screen looks like:
____________________________________________________________________
| GNU nano 6.0 filename Modified |
| GNU nano 6.1 filename Modified |
--------------------------------------------------------------------
| This is the text window, displaying the contents of a 'buffer', |
| the contents of the file you are editing. |

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# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
AC_INIT([GNU nano], [6.0], [nano-devel@gnu.org], [nano])
AC_INIT([GNU nano], [6.1], [nano-devel@gnu.org], [nano])
AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([src/nano.c])
AC_CANONICAL_HOST
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([1.14])

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<h3><a name="1.3"></a>1.3. Why the name change from TIP?</h3>
<blockquote><p>On January 10, 2000, TIP was officially renamed to nano because of a namespace conflict with another program called 'tip'. The original 'tip' program &quot;establishes a full duplex terminal connection to a remote host&quot;, and was included with many older Unix systems (and newer ones like Solaris). The conflict was not noticed at first because there is no 'tip' utility included with most GNU/Linux distributions (where nano was developed).</p></blockquote>
<h3><a name="1.4"></a>1.4. What is the current version of nano?</h3>
<blockquote><p>The current version of nano <i>should</i> be <b>6.0</b>. Of course, you should always check the <a href="https://nano-editor.org/">nano homepage</a> to see what the latest and greatest version is.</p></blockquote>
<blockquote><p>The current version of nano <i>should</i> be <b>6.1</b>. Of course, you should always check the <a href="https://nano-editor.org/">nano homepage</a> to see what the latest and greatest version is.</p></blockquote>
<h3><a name="1.5"></a>1.5. I want to read the man page without having to download the program!</h3>
<blockquote><p>Jeez, demanding, aren't we? Okay, look <a href="https://nano-editor.org/dist/latest/nano.1.html">here</a>.</p></blockquote>
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.\" Documentation License along with this program. If not, see
.\" <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
.\"
.TH NANO 1 "version 6.0" "December 2021"
.TH NANO 1 "version 6.1" "February 2022"
.SH NAME
nano \- Nano's ANOther editor, inspired by Pico

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@smallbook
@set EDITION 0.6
@set VERSION 6.0
@set UPDATED December 2021
@set VERSION 6.1
@set UPDATED February 2022
@dircategory Editors
@direntry
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@title GNU @command{nano}
@subtitle a small and friendly text editor
@subtitle version 6.0
@subtitle version 6.1
@author Chris Allegretta
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@node Top
@top
This manual documents GNU @command{nano}, version 6.0.
This manual documents GNU @command{nano}, version 6.1.
@menu
* Introduction::

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.\" Documentation License along with this program. If not, see
.\" <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
.\"
.TH NANORC 5 "version 6.0" "December 2021"
.TH NANORC 5 "version 6.1" "February 2022"
.SH NAME
nanorc \- GNU nano's configuration file

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.\" Documentation License along with this program. If not, see
.\" <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
.\"
.TH RNANO 1 "version 6.0" "December 2021"
.TH RNANO 1 "version 6.1" "February 2022"
.SH NAME
rnano \- a restricted nano

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#!/bin/bash
VERSION="6.0"
VERSION="6.1"
./configure -C --enable-tiny && make && ./configure -C &&