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authorAndy Shevchenko <andy@smile.org.ua>2012-07-28 18:56:31 (GMT)
committer Andy Shevchenko <andy@smile.org.ua>2012-07-28 18:56:31 (GMT)
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doc: update CONFIG section and Copyright year
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+++ b/renrot
@@ -2360,16 +2360,16 @@ will be stored in the directory F<20040131>.
A configuration file can be used to set some variables. B<Renrot> looks for
its configuration file, named F<renrot.conf>, in system configuration
-directories F</etc/renrot> and </usr/local/etc/renrot>, and in subdirectory
+directories F</etc/renrot> and F</usr/local/etc/renrot>, and in subdirectory
F<.renrot>. of the current user home directory. An alternate configuration
file can also be explicitly given using the B<--config-file> option.
The configuration file consists of a set of case-insensive keywords and their
values separated by equal sign. Each such keyword/value pair occupies a
separate line. Boolean variables can have one of the following values: 0, No,
-False, Off for false, and 1, Yes, True, On for true.
+False, Off, Disable for false, and 1, Yes, True, On, Enable for true.
-The variables defined for use in configuration file are:
+The variables defined for use in the configuration file are, for example:
=over
@@ -2596,7 +2596,7 @@ it is the question to ImageMagick.
=head1 AUTHORS
-Copyright 2005-2008, Zeus Panchenko, Andy Shevchenko.
+Copyright 2005-2012, Zeus Panchenko, Andy Shevchenko.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as Perl itself.

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