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Timestamp:
Apr 1, 2008, 5:07:25 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
mikel
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additions to ObjC and ffi docs; many mechanical edits; some standardization of XML elements and formatting

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    r8894 r8981  
    148148        the case of a simple data value such as a character, to the
    149149        complex, in the case of structured data such as lists or CLOS
    150         objects. The lefthand column of the window's display shows the
     150        objects. The left-hand column of the window's display shows the
    151151        names of the object's attributes; the righthand column shows the
    152152        values associated with those attributes. You can inspect the
     
    189189      using <code>REQUIRE</code>. For example, if you want to use the
    190190      Cocoa features of &CCL; from a terminal session (or from an Emacs
    191       session using SLIE or ILISP), you can evaluate <code>(require
     191      session using SLIME or ILISP), you can evaluate <code>(require
    192192        :cocoa)</code>.</para>
    193193  </sect1>
     
    319319        <term><varname>application-class</varname></term>
    320320        <listitem>
    321           <para>The name of the application's CLOS class. The defaut
     321          <para>The name of the application's CLOS class. The default
    322322            value is the class provided by &CCL; for graphical
    323323            applications. Supply the name of your application class if you
     
    348348    easy way to specify an application delegate different from the
    349349    default. If you find the current limitations
    350     of <code>BUILD-APPLICATION</code> too restrictive, and want to rty
     350    of <code>BUILD-APPLICATION</code> too restrictive, and want to try
    351351    extending it for your use, you can find the source code for it
    352352    in "ccl/cocoa-ide/build-application.lisp".</para>
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