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Bug 489782 - make.globals is now elsewhere
Fix bug #427860 - Use /etc/portage for make.conf and make.profile. Old location (/etc) is still supported, this is a heads up (new default)
change the deprecated package.keywords references to package.accept_keywords, bug 337159
stable portage version no longer uses /etc/make.conf.example, see the -dev ML. the 2008.0 handbooks should still reference the old location, though, as there is no released stage tarball with the new location in /usr/share.
Now you, too, can do crazy weird things like turn your Portage config locations upside down, inside out, and into directories. Join the party at bug 218078\!
whoops, missed a bit that should have been in the last commit. added now, no revbump as it was just a couple of words i forgot to include.
updates for new elog modules etc., thanks to desultory for the suggestion, and zmedico for some qa module info
removed the section on where built rpm files go, we don't have hb-portage-ebuild anymore and the support for RPMs is so limited that having it included is pointless
#172125 Remove extraneous </li><li>
typo fix, **no content change**
Updated handbook for Portage 2.1, bug 144128. thanks to antarus, genone, and zmedico for reviewing
Moved chapter abstracts into shared chapters No content change, hence no bump
#126195 bump license version in comment, **no content change**
Add in a paragraph on /var/cache/edb as well while we are at it :)
As requested by email@example.com, add in a paragraph on /var/db/pkg
#75466 - Update to reflect cascading profiles changes - make.defaults is now sum of all make.defaults files
Converted dates to YYYY-MM-DD format
Moving 2004.3 documentation
Adding version/date information in pages
Fix s/manpage/man page/ for consistency
Fix english grammer issues
Use Portage, capitalized P, wherever possible
#65107 - Added Portage-specific part to the Gentoo Handbook now that .51 is official; major version bump to 3.0
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