[SCM] rsync annotated tag, v3.0.3pre1, created. v3.0.3pre1

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The annotated tag, v3.0.3pre1 has been created
        at  1068f52647f4fd5bde313ea34dd68ffbbf490768 (tag)
   tagging  9a30c0cc3cf7aac1625df8fa8f1ee56968629283 (commit)
  replaces  v3.0.2
 tagged by  Wayne Davison
        on  Wed May 7 22:37:13 2008 -0700

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
Version 3.0.3pre1.
Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux)


Wayne Davison (21):
      Prepare repository for more development.
      If the daemon test is run as root, use a --config option.
      Fix a file-globbing bug in the daemon when chroot is on.
      Updated the README and the NEWS file.
      Consistently call the daemon parameters "parameters", not "options",
      Use overflow_exit() for overflows, not out_of_memory().
      Fixed the %M escape, which was munging the wrong spaces.
      Moved the setting of the socket options before the connect().
      When running in --progress mode with a progress message active, the
      A few $last_touch tweaks.
      Don't allow '.' dir to be excluded by the daemon's filter rules.
      Fixed a problem with how the daemon filters deal with
      Added a --no-cd option to support/lsh so that the script can be used by
      Reorder the filenames to touch to try to avoid a weird error on Solaris
      Fixed a crash if a non-incremental-recursion transfer has a
      - Changed prev_name into a buffer so that there is no chance that its
      Mention all the latest changes in the NEWS.
      Adding missing entry for 3.0.3 protocol-history list.
      Added options to tls.c to allow us to ask for mtime and ownership info
      The test of HAVE_LUTIMES accidentally omitted the 'L'.
      Preparing for release of 3.0.3pre1



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