[torquedev] README.cygwin editing help

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Sun Jul 18 22:51:45 MDT 2010

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On 17/07/10 09:02, Ken Nielson wrote:

> First of all I want to thank Igor Ilyenko, Yauheni
> Charniauski and  Vikentsi Lapa for getting TORQUE
> working with Cygwin.

I'll second that.

> I also appreciate  the contribution of the README.cygwin
> file. They did a great job considering English is not
> their first language. I speak Mandarin Chinese but I
> doubt I could write a document for TORQUE that would
> meet the standards for Chinese.

I wouldn't stand a hope, I can't even speak my
native language! :-(

> Without minimizing their contribution I am asking if
> there is anyone out  there who has installed and used
> TORQUE on Cygwin that would be willing to edit the
> README.cygwin file so it is more consistent with English 
> grammar?

I've not used it I'm afraid but I've taken a shot at
doing so, the diff is attached.

The great thing about English is that there is no real
standard, and the worst thing about English is that there
is no real standard. :-)

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