That's fine. I would prefer that anyway. I just thought you were focused on 14.0. I will update that regularly now.


On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 6:01 AM, Rolf Huehne <rhuehne@fli-leibniz.de> wrote:
On 12/12/2013 05:11 PM, Robert Hanson wrote:
> http://sourceforge.net/p/jmol/code/HEAD/tree/branches/v14_0/Jmol-documentation/script_documentation/code.js
>
Does this mean that there is no longer a stable place (URL) from where
to get the current documentation for the current stable release?
This will be very difficult for setting up a mirror.

Currently our mirror uses this URL:
https://svn.code.sf.net/p/jmol/code/trunk/Jmol-documentation/script_documentation

Regards,
Rolf

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