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Vixie Cron Changes from V2 to V3
The crontab command now conforms to POSIX 1003.2. This means that when you
install it, if you have any "crontab" command lines floating around in shell
scripts (such as /etc/rc or /etc/rc.local), you will need to change them.
I have integrated several changes made by BSDi for their BSD/386 operating
system; these were offerred to me befor
15 January 1990
Many people have contributed to cron. Many more than I can remember, in fact.
Rich Salz and Carl Gutekunst were each of enormous help to me in V1; Carl for
helping me understand UNIX well enough to write it, and Rich for helping me
get the features right.
John Gilmore wrote me a wonderful review of V2, which took me a whole year to
answer even though it made me clean