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Quoth Morton Goldberg:
> On Oct 29, 2007, at 4:06 PM, Trans wrote:
>=20
> > I'm curious about use the .txt extension on README. I know Hoe does
> > this. Why? Is this just to make it easier for Windows developers? Or
> > is there some other reason?
>=20
> Not just Windows. The Mac OS X Finder recognizes the txt extension.
>=20
> Regards, Morton

  Surely It's not just about recognition? Linux graphical file-explorers=20
(Nautilus, Konqueror, etc) recognise the '.txt' extension, but it isn't=20
required.

Regards,
=2D-=20
Konrad Meyer <konrad / tylerc.org> http://konrad.sobertillnoon.com/

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