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commit d6a38edf3d7e7b09f6ec4d20f224d83d9d4b2e8f
parent 73d34c68cce7f27baaa7a70a38478faa61f97f7f
Author: Nick Econopouly <>
Date:   Thu,  6 Aug 2020 23:45:20 -0400

Rename Buildah section to "Automating Builds"

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1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README b/README @@ -39,8 +39,8 @@ Windows setup available at runtime on Windows. First install MinGW. If this step seems insurmountable, or if you’re - running Arch Linux or a similar distro, just skip ahead to the - [Buildah] section. + running Arch Linux or a similar distro, just skip to the [Automating + builds] section. On Fedora, for example, you can install everything you need with this command: @@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ Windows setup [MinGW] <> -[Buildah] See section Automation + Buildah +[Automating builds] See section Automating builds Compiling for Windows ───────────────────── @@ -235,8 +235,8 @@ Generate an installer [NSIS] <> -Automation + Buildah -════════════════════ +Automating builds +═════════════════ You may have noticed that I’ve been using Fedora to compile this program. I’m actually running Arch Linux, but MinGW packages aren’t