Commit 2c89ba1c authored by Robert P. Goldman's avatar Robert P. Goldman

Fixed some Texinfo bugs.

parent e2ba13ab
......@@ -124,7 +124,9 @@ Upgrading ASDF
Configuring ASDF
* Configuring ASDF to find your systems::
* Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style::
* Configuring where ASDF stores object files::
* Resetting the ASDF configuration::
Using ASDF
......@@ -183,7 +185,7 @@ Controlling where ASDF searches for systems
Configuration Directories
* The :here directive::
* The here directive::
Introspection
......@@ -613,10 +615,12 @@ and resetting the ASDF configuration is usually only needed in corner cases.
@menu
* Configuring ASDF to find your systems::
* Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style::
* Configuring where ASDF stores object files::
* Resetting the ASDF configuration::
@end menu
@node Configuring ASDF to find your systems, Configuring where ASDF stores object files, Configuring ASDF, Configuring ASDF
@node Configuring ASDF to find your systems, Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style, Configuring ASDF, Configuring ASDF
@section Configuring ASDF to find your systems
In order to compile and load your systems, ASDF must be configured to find
......@@ -696,10 +700,12 @@ may already have configured system-managed libraries for you.
@node Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style, Configuring where ASDF stores object files, Configuring ASDF to find your systems, Configuring ASDF
@section Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style
@c FIXME: this section should be moved elsewhere. The novice user
@c should not be burdened with it. [2014/02/27:rpg]
@section Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style
The old way to configure ASDF to find your systems is by
@code{push}ing directory pathnames onto the variable
......@@ -786,7 +792,7 @@ but it is supported for old users, and for users who want to programmatically
control what directories are added to the ASDF search path.
@node Configuring where ASDF stores object files, , Configuring ASDF to find your systems, Configuring ASDF
@node Configuring where ASDF stores object files, Resetting the ASDF configuration, Configuring ASDF to find your systems --- old style, Configuring ASDF
@section Configuring where ASDF stores object files
@findex clear-output-translations
......@@ -870,9 +876,11 @@ cl-launch 3.000 and common-lisp-controller 7.2 have been updated
to delegate object file placement to ASDF.
@node Resetting the ASDF configuration, , Configuring where ASDF stores object files, Configuring ASDF
@section Resetting the ASDF configuration
@c FIXME: this should probably be moved out of the "quickstart" part of
@c the manual. [2014/02/27:rpg]
@section Resetting the ASDF configuration
When you dump and restore an image, or when you tweak your configuration,
you may want to reset the ASDF configuration.
......@@ -3049,10 +3057,10 @@ alone in its directory with the following contents:
@end example
@menu
* The :here directive::
* The here directive::
@end menu
@node The :here directive, , Configuration Directories, Configuration Directories
@node The here directive, , Configuration Directories, Configuration Directories
@subsection The :here directive
The @code{:here} directive is an absolute pathname designator that
......@@ -4130,7 +4138,7 @@ It is sometimes useful to force recompilation of a previously loaded system.
For these cases, @code{(asdf:clear-system :foo)}
will remove the system from the table of currently loaded systems:
the next time the system @code{foo} or one that depends on it is re-loaded,
@code{foo} will be loaded again.\footnote{Alternatively, you could touch @code{foo.asd} or
@code{foo} will be loaded again.@footnote{Alternatively, you could touch @code{foo.asd} or
remove the corresponding fasls from the output file cache.}
Note that this does not and cannot undo the previous loading
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