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cmd\$ java -jar abcl.jar
\end{listing-shell}
For this command to work, the ``java'' exectuable needs to be in your
For this command to work, the ``java'' executable needs to be in your
path.
To make it easier to faciliate the use of ABCL in tool chains (such as
To make it easier to facilitate the use of ABCL in tool chains (such as
SLIME) the invocation is wrapped in a Bourne shell script under UNIX
or a DOS command script under Windows so that ABCL may be executed
simplly as:
simply as:
\begin{listing-shell}
cmd\$ abcl
......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ The occurance of '--' copies the remaining arguments, unprocessed, into
the variable EXTENSIONS:*COMMAND-LINE-ARGUMENT-LIST*.
\end{verbatim}
All of the command line arguments which follow the occurance of ``--''
All of the command line arguments which follow the occurrence of ``--''
are passed into a list bound to the EXT:*COMMAND-LINE-ARGUMENT-LIST*
variable.
......@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@ tell if a `LispObject` contains a reference to a symbol.
We present various patterns for introspecting an an arbitrary
`LispObject` which can represent the result of every Lisp evaluation
into semantics that Java can meaniningfully deal with.
into semantics that Java can meaningfully deal with.
\subsubsection{LispObject as \code{boolean}}
......@@ -305,7 +305,7 @@ function just as like one would traverse a list in Lisp:;
\section{Extensions}
The symbols in the EXTENSIONS package consititutes extensions to the
The symbols in the EXTENSIONS package constitutes extensions to the
ANSI standard that are potentially useful to the user. They include
functions for manipulating network sockets, running external programs,
registering object finalizers, constructing reference weakly held by
......@@ -325,12 +325,14 @@ in working with the hosting JVM.
\section{Extensible Sequences}
Chritopher Rhodes proposal for extensible sequences is implemented in
the SEQUENCE package. These user extensible sequences are used
\ref{RHODES2007}
The SEQUENCE pacakge fully implements Christopher Rhodes' proposal for
extensible sequences. These user extensible sequences are used
directly in \code{java-collections.lisp} provide these CLOS
abstractions on the standard Java collection classes as defined by the
\code{java.util.List} contract
\code{java.util.List} contract.
\section{Extensions to CLOS}
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