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Errors And Errata

``Pobody is nerfect'', so there maybe and there are errors in a module. If this would be a software, it would be easy to apply a patch and recompile it, but a change in a Postscript file means that it look different from the previous version. There are three possibilities to always have the newest version of a module:

1.
Print-out the newest version: very expensive.
2.
Use a Postscript-viewer to read the rules: inconvenient, but cheaper.
3.
Read the errata section of the CHANGES file and apply the changes with a pencil: may destroy the whole document, but cheaper.



Michael Sachau
1998-09-02