Changeset 14302


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12/06/12 20:17:35 (8 years ago)
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Mark Evenson
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doc: abcl-1.1.0-rc-3 version of the manual.

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    826826access the ``http'' and ``https'' schemes but additional protocol
    827827handlers may be installed at runtime by having \textsc{JVM} symbols
    828 present in the sun.net.protocol.dynamic pacakge. See \cite{maso2000}
     828present in the sun.net.protocol.dynamic package. See \cite{maso2000}
    829829for more details.
    830830
     
    869869  implementation does not attempt to cache the results of current name
    870870  resolution of the representing resource unless it is requested to be
    871   resolved.)  Upon resolution, any cannoicalization procedures
     871  resolved.)  Upon resolution, any canoicalization procedures
    872872  followed in resolving the resource (e.g. following redirects) are
    873873  discarded.  Users may programatically initiate a new, local
     
    883883The implementation of \code{EXT:URL-PATHNAME} allows the \textsc{ABCL}
    884884user to dynamically load code from the network.  For example,
    885 Quicklisp (\cite{quicklisp}) may be completely installed from the REPL
     885Quicklisp (\cite{quicklisp}) may be completely installed from the \textsc{REPL}
    886886as the single form:
    887887
     
    893893
    894894The implementation currently breaks \textsc{ANSI} conformance by allowing the
    895 types able to be READ for the DEVICE to return a possible \code{CONS} of
     895types able to be \code{CL:READ} for the \var{DEVICE} to return a possible \code{CONS} of
    896896\code{CL:PATHNAME} objects.  %% citation from CLHS needed.
    897897
     
    10391039  compromise with contemporary in 2011 32bit hosting architecures for
    10401040  which we wish to make text processing efficient.  Should the User
    1041   require more control over UNICODE processing we recommend Edi Weisz'
    1042   excellent work with FLEXI-STREAMS which we fully support}, namely we
     1041  require more control over \textsc{UNICODE} processing we recommend Edi Weisz'
     1042  excellent work with \textsc|{FLEXI-STREAMS} which we fully support}, namely we
    10431043allow a sequences of the form \verb~#\U~\emph{\texttt{xxxx}} to be processed
    10441044by the reader as character whose code is specified by the hexadecimal
     
    10991099
    11001100The JSS contrib consitutes an additional, optional extension to the
    1101 reader in the definition of the \#\" reader macro.  See section
    1102 \ref{section:jss} on page \pageref{section:jss} for more information.
     1101reader in the definition of the \code{SHARPSIGN-DOUBLE-QUOTE}
     1102(``\#\"'') reader macro.  See section \ref{section:jss} on page
     1103\pageref{section:jss} for more information.
    11031104
    11041105\section{ASDF}
     
    13101311
    13111312These public interfaces are provided by the JSS contrib.
     1313
    13121314\include{jss}
    1313 
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