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[freeciv-data] Re: [Freeciv-Dev] (PR#1785) Documentation: auto-Irrigatio

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Subject: [freeciv-data] Re: [Freeciv-Dev] (PR#1785) Documentation: auto-Irrigation of the city center
From: "Christian Knoke" <chrisk@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 03:21:27 -0700
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On Sat, Jul 17, 2004 at 08:05:47PM -0700, Jason Short wrote:
> <URL: >
> > [chrisk - Wed Feb 04 10:22:56 2004]:
> > 
> > 
> > This is a bug in the documentation/help system.
> > 
> > It need to be fixed like this:
> > 
> > Note that the square on which the city itself rests gets worked for free,
> > without being assigned a citizen. The city's square always produces at
> > least one food point and at least one production point, plus whatever
> > advantages the terrain offers when both irrigated (because cities come
> > with water systems built-in) and developed with roads or, when technology
> > has made them available, railroads (because cities come with
> > transportation built-in). The built-in water system can't be used for
> > connecting irrigations, but you can build a real irrigation in the city
> > for this purpose.
> Here's a patch for the in-game help.
> I put a lot of info about city centers into the "terrain improvements"
> section.  If there's a better place for this to go (I don't think there
> is, yet) it should be moved there, and the terrain improvements section
> should refer to it.

We could have a 'cities' section in the help; that was elaborating on
improvements, placing workers including CMA, units handling.

> The online manual should also be updated, but not by me.  Come to think
> of it the "online" manual should be in CVS somewhere, and should
> probably be distributed with the game.

The translations need to be addressed here. It is very hard to track down
many small changes in big pages. I would like to see small paragraphs


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