Changeset 8659


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Timestamp:
Mar 4, 2008, 8:11:59 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
jaj
Message:

Get rid of invalid entity references in attribute values.

Location:
trunk/source/doc/src
Files:
6 edited

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  • trunk/source/doc/src/ffi.xml

    r8606 r8659  
    16541654    </sect1>
    16551655
    1656     <sect1 id="Case-sensitivity-of-foreign-names-in-&CCL;">
     1656    <sect1 id="Case-sensitivity-of-foreign-names-in-CCL">
    16571657      <title>Case-sensitivity of foreign names in &CCL;</title>
    16581658
     
    25602560              <listitem>
    25612561                <para>NIL or a keyword; the keyword may contain
    2562                 <link linkend="Case-sensitivity-of-foreign-names-in-&CCL;" >escaping constructs</link>.</para>
     2562                <link linkend="Case-sensitivity-of-foreign-names-in-CCL" >escaping constructs</link>.</para>
    25632563              </listitem>
    25642564            </varlistentry>
  • trunk/source/doc/src/implementation.xml

    r8606 r8659  
    99<!ENTITY CCL "<literal>CCL</literal>">
    1010]>
    11   <chapter id="Implementation-Details-of-&CCL;">
     11  <chapter id="Implementation-Details-of-CCL">
    1212    <title>Implementation Details of &CCL;</title>
    1313    <para>This chapter describes many aspects of &CCL;'s
     
    13871387      <title>The Objective-C Bridge</title>
    13881388
    1389       <sect2 id="How-&CCL;-Recognizes-Objective-C-Objects">
     1389      <sect2 id="How-CCL-Recognizes-Objective-C-Objects">
    13901390        <title>How &CCL; Recognizes Objective-C Objects</title>
    13911391        <para>In most cases, pointers to instances of Objective-C
  • trunk/source/doc/src/install.xml

    r8606 r8659  
    374374    </sect1>
    375375
    376     <sect1 id="Using-&CCL;-with-GNU-Emacs-and-SLIME">
     376    <sect1 id="Using-CCL-with-GNU-Emacs-and-SLIME">
    377377      <title>Using &CCL; with GNU Emacs and SLIME</title>
    378378      <para>A very common way to use &CCL; is to run it within the
     
    497497      </sect2>
    498498
    499       <sect2 id="Running-&CCL;-with-SLIME">
     499      <sect2 id="Running-CCL-with-SLIME">
    500500        <title>Running &CCL; with SLIME</title>
    501501        <para>Once the preparations in the previous section are
     
    512512      </sect2>
    513513
    514       <sect2 id="What-if-a-New-Version-of-&CCL;-Breaks-SLIME-">
     514      <sect2 id="What-if-a-New-Version-of-CCL-Breaks-SLIME-">
    515515        <title>What if a New Version of &CCL; Breaks SLIME?</title>
    516516        <para>Sometimes you'll get a new version of &CCL;, set up
  • trunk/source/doc/src/modifying.xml

    r8606 r8659  
    1010]>
    1111
    12   <chapter id="Modifying-&CCL;">
     12  <chapter id="Modifying-CCL">
    1313    <title>Modifying &CCL;</title>
    1414
    15     <sect1 id="Contributing-Code-Back-to-the-&CCL;-Project">
     15    <sect1 id="Contributing-Code-Back-to-the-CCL-Project">
    1616      <title>Contributing Code Back to the &CCL; Project</title>
    1717      <para>This section is a placeholder, added as of August 2004.  The
     
    2020    </sect1>
    2121
    22     <sect1 id="Using-&CCL;-in--development--and-in--user--mode">
     22    <sect1 id="Using-CCL-in--development--and-in--user--mode">
    2323      <title>Using &CCL; in "development" and in  "user" mode</title>
    2424
     
    200200    </sect1>
    201201
    202     <sect1 id="Using-AltiVec-in-&CCL;-LAP-functions">
     202    <sect1 id="Using-AltiVec-in-CCL-LAP-functions">
    203203      <title>Using AltiVec in &CCL; LAP functions</title>
    204204
  • trunk/source/doc/src/platform-notes.xml

    r8606 r8659  
    145145    </sect1>
    146146
    147     <sect1 id="Cocoa-Programming-in-&CCL;">
     147    <sect1 id="Cocoa-Programming-in-CCL">
    148148      <title>Cocoa Programming in &CCL;</title>
    149149      <para>Cocoa is one of Apple's APIs for GUI programming; for most
  • trunk/source/doc/src/threads.xml

    r8606 r8659  
    433433    </sect1>
    434434
    435     <sect1 id="The-Threads-which-&CCL;-Uses-for-Its-Own-Purposes">
     435    <sect1 id="The-Threads-which-CCL-Uses-for-Its-Own-Purposes">
    436436      <title>The Threads which &CCL; Uses for Its Own Purposes</title>
    437437      <para>
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