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From: Robert Luberda <robert@debian.org>
Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2016 14:29:38 +0100
Subject: Remove build instructions from README file

---
 README | 163 +----------------------------------------------------------------
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 162 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README b/README
index b76407f..6d3bd3f 100644
--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -35,167 +35,6 @@ CAUTION :
   do not use "directory/*" because of ".*" files
    (example : "directory/*" does not match "directory/.profile")
 
-BUILD :
--------
-
-  If you have downloaded the "bin" package,
-    use directly the program bin/7za.   (tested on Debian 3, Ubuntu 14.10)
-    As the program is statically linked, its should run on many x86 or amd64 linux.
-
-  If you have downloaded the "source" package,
-
-    According to your OS, copy makefile.linux,
-    makefile.freebsd, makefile.cygwin, ...
-        over makefile.machine
-
-  Example : building 7za, 7z (with its plugins), 7zr and Client7z and passing the internal tests
-    cp makefile.linux_x86_asm_gcc_4 makefile.linux
-    make all_test
-
-
-    If you want to make a parallel build on a 4 cpu machine : make -j 4 TARGET
-
-    If you have trouble, try : make -f makefile.oldmake TARGET
-
-    make depend   : to rebuild the makefile.depend
-    make clean    : to clean all directories
-    make          : to build bin/7za
-    make sfx      : to build bin/7zCon.sfx (7za can now create SFX archive)
-    make 7z       : to build bin/7z and its plugins :
-                          - "bin/7z.so" (GNU LGPL + AES code license)
-                          - "bin/Codecs/Rar.so" (GNU LGPL + unRAR restriction)
-    make 7zr      : to build bin/7zr
-    make all      : to build bin/7za and bin/7zCon.sfx
-    make all2     : to build bin/7za, bin/7z (with its plugins) and bin/7zCon.sfx
-    make all3     : to build bin/7za, bin/7z (with its plugins), bin/7zr and bin/7zCon.sfx
-    make test     : to test bin/7za (extracting, archiving, password ...)
-    make test_7z  : to test bin/7z  (extracting, archiving, password ...)
-    make test_7zr : to test bin/7zr (extracting, archiving, ...)
-
-    make 7zG      : to build bin/7zG and its plugins :
-                          - "bin/7z.so" (GNU LGPL + AES code license)
-                          - "bin/Codecs/Rar.so" (GNU LGPL + unRAR restriction)
-    make test_7zG : to test bin/7zG (extracting, archiving, ...)
-
-
-  this procedure has been tested on :
-   - x86 CPU :
-    Linux - Debian 3.0 Stable
-    Linux - Ubuntu 14.10
-    Linux - Ubuntu 15.10    
-    MacOS 10.6.6
-
-   - AMD64 CPU :
-    Linux - Ubuntu 14.10
-    Linux - Ubuntu 15.10     
-    MacOS 10.6.6
-
-   - powerpc CPU :
-    MacOS X 10.4 (ppc)
-
-   - arm :
-    Android (Galaxy Note 3)
-
-  Some older versions of p7zip were tested :
-   - x86 CPU :
-    DOS   - (built with DJGPP, see http://blairdude.googlepages.com/p7zip )
-    Linux - Redhat 9.0 Standart
-    Linux - Fedora 2 (Redhat) (gcc 3.3.3 and gcc-3.4.1 with
-                stack-smashing protector from www.trl.ibm.com/projects/security/ssp/)
-    Linux - Mandrake 10.0 Official
-    Linux - Ubuntu 8.04
-    FreeBSD 5.2.1 (gcc 3.3.3)
-    MacOS 10.4.8
-    NetBSD
-    CYGWIN_NT-5.1 1.5.9(0.112/4/2) 2004-03-18 23:05 i686 Cygwin
-    Solaris  9 (x86) with gcc 3.3.2
-    Solaris 10 (x86)
-
-   - alpha CPU :
-    Linux - Debian 3.0 (alpha) with gcc 2.95.4
-
-   - AMD64 CPU :
-    Linux - SuSE 8 ES (AMD64 Opteron) with gcc 3.2.2
-    Linux - Fedora 4  (AMD64 Turion)  with gcc 4.0.1
-    Linux - Ubuntu 8.10
-
-   - Itanium CPU :
-        HP-UX B.11.31 U ia64 with aCC (HP C/aC++ B3910B A.06.14 [Feb 22 2007])
-
-   - s390x CPU :
-    Linux - SUSE Enterprise Linux 10 - with gcc 4.1.2
-    ( only the 32bits built works, the 64bits built does not pass the tests )
-
-   - sparc CPU :
-    Solaris 9 (sparc) with gcc 3.3.2
-
-   - sparc CPU :
-    Solaris 8 (sparc) with gcc 2.95.2
-
-
-   - powerpc CPU :
-    MacOS X 10.1/darwin 5.5 with gcc 932.1 (gcc 2.95.2)
-    MacOS X 10.3 with XCode 1.5
-
-   - openpower CPU :
-        Linux openpower-linux1 2.6.5-7.97-pseries64 (ppc64) with gcc 3.3.3
-
-   - IBM :
-    AIX 5.3 with gcc 4.1.0
-
-   - Tru64 :
-    OSF 5.1 with gcc 3.4.2
-
-   - PA-RISC :
-    HP-UX 11.11 with aCC (HP ANSI C++ B3910B A.03.73)
-    HP-UX 11.11 with gcc 3.4.2 (7za and 7zr : OK, 7z : failed because of a buggy gcc for HP-UX,
-                                    plugins don't work because C++ constructors are not called !)
-
-
-BUILD with cmake
-----------------
-  You can only build 7za.
-
-  cd CPP/7zip/CMAKE
-
-  ./generate.sh  (or ./generate_xcode.sh for MacOSX)
-  
-  In CPP/7zip, you now have directories like :
-   - P7ZIP.codeblocks/
-   - P7ZIP.EclipseCDT4/
-   - P7ZIP.Unix/
-   (or P7ZIP.Xcode/  for MacOSX)
-   
-   
-  For the target "Unix Makefiles" :
-	- cd CPP/7zip/P7ZIP.Unix
-	- make
-	
-  Remark : these targets use only C/C++ code. To build targets with ASM code you must read the previous paragraph.	
-
-  For others target, use the IDE (CodeBlocks, KDevelop3, Eclipse CDT4)
-
-INSTALL :
----------
-
-  method 1
-  --------
-  - edit install.sh to change DEST_HOME
-  - ./install.sh : to install
-  Remark : you must be "root" to install 7za in the directory "/usr/local"
-
-  method 2
-  --------
-  - 7za is a stand-alone program, you can put this program where you want.
-  example :  cp bin/7za /usr/local/bin/7za
-
-  - 7z needs its plugins. You must copy the file 7z, 7z.so
-    and the directory Codecs in the same destination directory.
-
-  - if you want to be able to create SFX archive, copy bin/7zCon.sfx
-  to the directory where 7za or 7z can be found.
-
-
 USAGE:
 ------
   Remark : you can replace 7za with 7z.
@@ -324,7 +163,7 @@ hugetlbfs (large pages) :
 
 LICENSE :
 ---------
-  please read DOC/License.txt.
+  please read copyright file.
 
 LIMITATIONS from 7-zip :
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