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Timestamp:
Apr 1, 2008, 5:07:25 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
mikel
Message:

additions to ObjC and ffi docs; many mechanical edits; some standardization of XML elements and formatting

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    157157        <listitem>
    158158          <para>Configuring a shell script so &CCL; can locate
    159           necessary library files and other auxilliary files.</para>
     159          necessary library files and other auxiliary files.</para>
    160160        </listitem>
    161161      </orderedlist>
     
    200200      </sect2>
    201201
    202       <sect2 id="The-openmcl-Shell-Script"><title>The openmcl Shell Script"</title>
     202      <sect2 id="The-openmcl-Shell-Script"><title>The openmcl Shell Script</title>
    203203      <para>&CCL; needs to be able to find the
    204204      <literal>ccl</literal> directory in order to support features
     
    237237            a local variable (<literal>OPENMCL_KERNEL</literal>) to
    238238            the standard name of the &CCL; kernel approprate for the
    239             platform (asdetermined by 'uname -s'.) You might prefer to
     239            platform (as determined by 'uname -s'.) You might prefer to
    240240            set this variable manually in the shell script</para>
    241241          </listitem>
     
    246246            ~/openmcl/ccl/scripts/openmcl64</literal>This command
    247247            grants execute permission to the named script. If you
    248             areusing a 32-bit platform, substitute "openmcl" in place
     248            are using a 32-bit platform, substitute "openmcl" in place
    249249            of "openmcl64".
    250250            <warning>
     
    309309        "home:openmcl-init")</literal>.  If it is unable to load the
    310310        file (for example because it does not exist) no action is
    311         taken; an error is not signalled.</para>
     311        taken; an error is not signaled.</para>
    312312        <para>The <literal>"home:"</literal> prefix to the filename is
    313313        a Common Lisp logical host, which &CCL; initializes to refer
     
    414414            supports XEmacs Version21. Mac OS X includes an Emacs
    415415            installation.  If you want to look into different versions,
    416             you can check out theEmacsWiki, whichmaintains a
     416            you can check out theEmacsWiki, which maintains a
    417417            page,EmacsForMacOS,that provides much more information
    418418            about using Emacs on the Mac.
     
    421421              Aquamacs. This application is a version of GNU Emacs
    422422              with a number of customizations meant to make it behave
    423               more like a standard Maciontosh application, with
     423              more like a standard Macintosh application, with
    424424              windows, a menubar, etc.  Aquamacs includes SLIME; if
    425425              you like Aquamacs then you can use SLIME right away,
    426426              without getting and installing it separately. You just
    427427              need to tell SLIME where to find your installation of
    428               &CCL;. (See FIXTHIS.)</para>
     428              &CCL;.</para>
    429429            </warning>
    430430          </para>
     
    436436            than<literal>"~/openmcl/ccl"</literal> then these
    437437            instructions still work, but you must remember to use your
    438             path to your ccl directory instead of theone that we give
     438            path to your ccl directory instead of the one that we give
    439439            here.</para>
    440440          </listitem>
     
    445445            you prefer to install Emacs add-ons in some place other
    446446            than<literal>"~/emacs/site/"</literal> then you must
    447             remember to use your path toEmacs add-ons in place of
     447            remember to use your path to Emacs add-ons in place of
    448448            ours.</para>
    449449          </listitem>
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