Changeset 13679


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10/27/11 11:56:07 (9 years ago)
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Mark Evenson
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    66\begin{document}
    77\title{A Manual for Armed Bear Common Lisp}
    8 \date{October 22, 2011}
     8\date{October 27, 2011}
    99\author{Mark~Evenson, Erik~Huelsmann, Alessio~Stalla, Ville~Voutilainen}
    1010
     
    2020
    2121\subsection{Version}
    22 This manual corresponds to abcl-1.0.0-dev, released on October 22, 2011.
     22This manual corresponds to abcl-1.0.0, released on October 22, 2011.
    2323
    2424\subsection{License}
     
    5353``abcl.jar'' or possibly``abcl-1.0.0.jar'' if one is using a versioned
    5454package from your system vendor.  This byte archive can be executed
    55 under the control of a suitable JVM by using the ``-jar'' option to
    56 parse the manifest, and select the named class
    57 (\code{org.armedbear.lisp.Main}) for execution, viz:
     55under the control of a suitable JVM \footnote {Java Virtual Machine}
     56by using the ``-jar'' option to parse the manifest, and select the
     57class named therein ``\code{org.armedbear.lisp.Main}'' for execution,
     58viz:
    5859
    5960\begin{listing-shell}
     
    6162\end{listing-shell}
    6263
    63 N.b. for the proceeding command to work, the ``java'' executable needs
     64\emph{N.b.} for the proceeding command to work, the ``java'' executable needs
    6465to be in your path.
    6566
     
    6768as SLIME \footnote{SLIME is the Superior Lisp Mode for Interaction
    6869  under Emacs}) the invocation is wrapped in a Bourne shell script
    69 under UNIX or a DOS command script under Windows so that ABCL may be
     70under \textsc{UNIX} or a \textsc{DOS} command script under Windows so that ABCL may be
    7071executed simply as:
    7172
     
    107108\section{Initialization}
    108109
    109 If the ABCL process is started without the ``--noinit'' flag, it
     110If the \textsc{ABCL} process is started without the ``--noinit'' flag, it
    110111attempts to load a file named ``.abclrc'' located in the user's home
    111112directory and then interpret its contents. 
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