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I realize the ports/README file is "mostly obsolete", but ...

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Index: README
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RCS file: /home/cvs/ports/README,v
retrieving revision 1.11
diff -u -r1.11 README
--- README	2001/11/01 22:59:37	1.11
+++ README	2001/11/28 10:33:59
@@ -8,9 +8,9 @@
 
 ======================================================================
 
-This file is  mostly obsolete. You should refer to the corresponding
-man-pages: ports(7), packages(7), mirroring-ports(7), packages-specs (7),
-and bsd.port.mk(5) instead.
+This file is mostly obsolete.  You should refer to the corresponding
+man-pages: ports(7), packages(7), mirroring-ports(7), packages-specs(7),
+library-specs(7), and bsd.port.mk(5) instead.
 
 ======================================================================
 
@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@
 	where the ports mechanism does the building. This is normally a
 	real directory, but you can set WRKOBJDIR to point to another
 	base which is not /usr/ports, and work/ will  be a link to
-	${WRKOBJDIR}/category/portname/work.  This can be useful to
+	${WRKOBJDIR}/${PKGNAME}.  This can be useful to
 	mount a master /usr/ports directory by NFS on several
 	architectures. Normally, you first 
 	cd /usr/ports && make WRKOBJDIR=path obj