Wed, 29 Jul 1998 14:28:14 PDT
> From: Lloyd Wood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Kevin Fall <email@example.com>
> cc: ns-users@mash.CS.Berkeley.EDU
> Subject: Re: hash classifier
> Date: Wed, 29 Jul 1998 22:25:07 BST
> On Wed, 29 Jul 1998, Kevin Fall wrote:
> > There should also be a description of hash classifiers in the
> > main documentation. If the version you have lacks this info,
> > you should check tonight for the newer one.
> The main documentation is regularly updated? How often?
well, somewhat regularly. (we try but don't promise.)
> I've been using a copy dated September 12th 1997 for the last few
> months, since:
> clearly states:
> 'this document very nearly describes ns as of the 2.0 release (10
> September 1997).'
> Every so often I'd read that and check no further... and I've just
> downloaded a fresh copy from the server to discover that those docs
> are now at July 10th 1998, and 25 pages bigger as well.
> Those of us outside the US aren't going to attempt large downloads
> without reason; with anonymous ftp we could at least check timestamps
> before downloading, but without that I've been relying on your
> webpages for version information. My mistake to be misled by your
well, thanks for pointing it out. I will update the page to suggest
that we do update it periodically.
> Announcing updates of the docs to these mailing lists would IMO be
> very useful for ns users.
yes, good idea.