Changeset 11950


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Timestamp:
05/24/09 12:28:11 (12 years ago)
Author:
ehuelsmann
Message:

Remove index.shtml sections which are now addressed elsewhere.
Update the layout of index.shtml now that I saw what others see.

Location:
public_html/staging
Files:
2 edited

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  • public_html/staging/index.shtml

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    3535Download your copy from SourceForge: 0.15.0</a> <a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/downloading.php?group_id=55057&amp;filename=abcl-src-0.14.1.zip&amp;a=68058566" style="font-size:75%;color:yellow;font-weight:normal">(zip)</a></td></tr>
    3636<tr>
    37 <td class="summary-header">Users (development <em>with</em> ABCL)</td>
    38 <td class="summary-header">Developers (development <em>of</em> ABCL) </td>
     37<td class="summary-header">Users
     38  <span>(development <em>with</em> ABCL)</span></td>
     39<td class="summary-header">Developers
     40  <span>(development <em>of</em> ABCL)</span> </td>
    3941</tr>
    4042<tr>
     
    7375</tr>
    7476<tr>
    75 <td class="summary-header">System requirements (Users)</td>
    76 <td class="summary-header">System requirements (Developers) </td>
     77<td class="summary-header">System requirements <span>(Users)</span></td>
     78<td class="summary-header">System requirements <span>(Developers)</span></td>
    7779</tr>
    7880<tr>
     
    103105
    104106<p>
    105   <b style="font-family: sans-serif; font-size: large;">About ABCL</b>
    106 </p>
    107 <dl>
    108   <dd>
    109       Armed Bear Common Lisp (ABCL) is an implementation of ANSI Common Lisp
    110       that runs in a Java virtual machine. It provides a runtime system, a
    111       compiler that compiles Lisp source to JVM bytecode, and an interactive
    112       REPL for program development.
    113       <br /><br />
    114       ABCL is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
    115       <br /><br />
    116       The latest version is 0.15.0, released June ??, 2009.
    117   </dd>
    118 </dl>
    119 
    120 <p>
    121107  <b style="font-family: sans-serif; font-size: large;">Repository</b>
    122108</p>
     
    132118
    133119</dl>
    134 <p>
    135   <b style="font-family: sans-serif; font-size: large;">Bugs</b>
    136 </p>
    137 <dl>
    138     <dd>
    139         ABCL is a young implementation (particularly by Lisp standards).
    140         Even though a lot of energy is spent resolving issues, you may
    141         well encounter bugs. A number of people have testified to the
    142         quality of ABCL being good enough for their needs though. Check
    143         the testimonials page for their own words.
    144         <br /><br />
    145         ABCL's CLOS is slow and does not handle on-the-fly
    146         redefinition of classes correctly. There is no support for the long
    147         form of DEFINE-METHOD-COMBINATION, and certain other required CLOS
    148         features are also missing. Enough CLOS is there to run ASDF and
    149         CL-PPCRE, if you're in no hurry. There's no MOP worth mentioning.
    150         <br /><br />
    151         Please report problems to the <a href="https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/armedbear-j-devel">j development mailing list</a>
    152         (you must be subscribed to post).<br /><br />
    153     </dd>
    154     <dd>The project is using several ways to test standards compliance as well
    155         as practical applicability of ABCL by using these projects' test suites
    156         as 'compliance' indicators:
    157         <ul>
    158           <li>ANSI Common Lisp compliance tests</li>
    159           <li>Maxima - Computer algebra system</li>
    160           <li>AP5 - see <a href="http://ap5.com/">http://ap5.com/</a></li>
    161         </ul>
    162     </dd>
    163 </dl>
    164 
    165120<p>
    166121  <b style="font-family: sans-serif; font-size: large;">Installation</b>
  • public_html/staging/style.css

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    5555
    5656.summary-header {
     57    font-size: 120%;
    5758    font-weight: bold;
    5859    color: white;
    5960    background-color: #369;
    6061    text-align: center }
     62
     63.summary-header span {
     64    font-weight: normal;
     65    font-size: 80%;
     66}
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