Commit 9832fcbb authored by rtoy's avatar rtoy
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parent 7093b59c
......@@ -5812,23 +5812,21 @@ msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"When True runs lisp with its input coming from standard-input.\n"
" If an error is detected returns error code 1, otherwise 0."
" If an error is detected returns error code 1, otherwise 0."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Accepts the name of a switch as a string and returns the value of the\n"
" switch. If no value was specified, then any following words are returned"
".\n"
" If there are no following words, then t is returned. If the switch was "
"not\n"
" specified, then nil is returned."
"Accepts the name of a switch as a string and returns the value of\n"
" the switch. If no value was specified, then any following words are\n"
" returned. If there are no following words, then t is returned. If\n"
" the switch was not specified, then nil is returned."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"When set, invoking switch demons complains about illegal switches that have\n"
" not been defined with DEFSWITCH."
"When set, invoking switch demons complains about illegal switches\n"
" that have not been defined with DEFSWITCH."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
......@@ -5837,20 +5835,146 @@ msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Associates function with the switch name in *command-switch-demons*. Name\n"
" is a simple-string that does not begin with a hyphen, unless the switch "
"name\n"
" really does begin with one. Function is optional, but defining the "
"switch\n"
" is necessary to keep invoking switch demons from complaining about "
"illegal\n"
" switches. This can be inhibited with *complain-about-illegal-switches*."
"Associates function with the switch name in\n"
" *command-switch-demons*. Name is a simple-string that does not\n"
" begin with a hyphen, unless the switch name really does begin with\n"
" one. Function is optional, but defining the switch is necessary to\n"
" keep invoking switch demons from complaining about illegal switches.\n"
" This can be inhibited with *complain-about-illegal-switches*.\n"
"\n"
" The optional arguments, arg-name and docstring, are used by -help to\n"
" describe the switch. Arg-name is a string naming the argument (if\n"
" any) for the switch. Docstring describe the switch."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Evaluate the specified Lisp expression during the start up\n"
" sequence. the value of the form will not be printed unless it is\n"
" wrapped in a form that does output."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "expression"
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "a symbol or function"
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Loads the specified file into Lisp before entering Lisp's\n"
" read-eval-print loop."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "filename"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "Specifies the suspended Lisp image ('core' file) to start up"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "corefile"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies the name of a file containing user customizations that is\n"
" to be loaded each time Lisp starts up (default ~/init or\n"
" ~/.cmucl-init.lisp). The loader loads any existing compiled binary\n"
" or the lisp source if none."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Suppresses loading of the init file and also prevents -edit from\n"
" loading the Hemlock init file."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Suppresses loading of the site-init site specific initialization\n"
" file."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies the name of the Hemlock init file (default ~/hemlock-init\n"
" or ~/.hemlock-init), which is loaded only when Hemlock is started."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Causes Lisp to run in batch mode where all input is directed from\n"
" standard-input. A unix return code of 0 is returned upon\n"
" encountering an EOF, while any unhandled error condition will cause\n"
" an immediate exit with a return code of 1, instead of entering the\n"
" debugger."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies the number of megabytes that should be allocated to the\n"
" heap. If not specified, a platform- specific default is used. The\n"
" actual maximum allowed heap size is platform-specific."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "megabytes"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"A colon-separated list of directories to be used for the library:\n"
" search-list."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "libpath"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Causes Lisp to start up silently, disabling printing of the herald\n"
" and causing most unnecessary noise, like GC messages,load messages,\n"
" etc. to be suppressed."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Enables printing of messages indication how CMUCL is searching for\n"
" its default core file."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies what kind of floating-point support should be used on x86\n"
" systems. If 'x87', Lisp will use the x87 floating-point unit; if\n"
" 'sse2', Lisp uses SSE2 floating-point unit. The default is\n"
" 'auto',which causes Lisp to check to see if SSE2 is available. If\n"
" so, then SSE2 is used. If the SSE2 core file cannot be found,Lisp\n"
" will fallback to the x87 core, which can run on any machine."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "mode"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "~&Usage: ~A <options>~2%"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "Print out the command line options and exit"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "Same as -help."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/env-access.lisp
msgid ""
"Returns information about the symbol VAR in the lexical environment ENV.\n"
......@@ -9886,35 +10010,36 @@ msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/module.lisp
msgid ""
"Adds a new module name to *modules* indicating that it has been loaded.\n"
" Module-name may be any valid string designator. All comparisons are\n"
" done using string=, i.e. module names are case-sensitive."
"Adds a new module name to *modules* indicating that it has been\n"
" loaded. Module-name may be any valid string designator. All\n"
" comparisons are done using string=, i.e. module names are\n"
" case-sensitive."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/module.lisp
msgid ""
"Loads a module when it has not been already. Pathname, if supplied,\n"
" is a single pathname or list of pathnames to be loaded if the module\n"
" needs to be. If pathname is not supplied, then functions from the list\n"
" *MODULE-PROVIDER-FUNCTIONS* are called in order with the stringified\n"
" MODULE-NAME as the argument, until one of them returns non-NIL. By\n"
" default the functions MODULE-PROVIDE-CMUCL-DEFMODULE and MODULE-PROVIDE-\n"
" CMUCL-LIBRARY are on this list of functions, in that order. The first\n"
" of those looks for a list of files that was registered by a EXT:DEFMODULE"
"\n"
" form. If the module has not been defined, then the second function\n"
" causes a file to be loaded whose name is formed by merging \"modules:\"\n"
" and the concatenation of module-name with the suffix \"-LIBRARY\".\n"
" Note that both the module-name and the suffix are each, separately,\n"
" converted from :case :common to :case :local. This merged name will be\n"
" probed with both a .lisp and .fasl extensions, calling LOAD if it "
"exists.\n"
"Loads a module when it has not been already. Pathname, if\n"
" supplied, is a single pathname or list of pathnames to be loaded if\n"
" the module needs to be. If pathname is not supplied, then functions\n"
" from the list *MODULE-PROVIDER-FUNCTIONS* are called in order with\n"
" the stringified MODULE-NAME as the argument, until one of them\n"
" returns non-NIL. By default the functions\n"
" MODULE-PROVIDE-CMUCL-DEFMODULE and MODULE-PROVIDE- CMUCL-LIBRARY are\n"
" on this list of functions, in that order. The first of those looks\n"
" for a list of files that was registered by a EXT:DEFMODULE form. If\n"
" the module has not been defined, then the second function causes a\n"
" file to be loaded whose name is formed by merging \"modules:\" and\n"
" the concatenation of module-name with the suffix \"-LIBRARY\". Note\n"
" that both the module-name and the suffix are each, separately,\n"
" converted from :case :common to :case :local. This merged name will\n"
" be probed with both a .lisp and .fasl extensions, calling LOAD if it\n"
" exists.\n"
"\n"
" Note that in all cases covered above, user code is responsible for\n"
" calling PROVIDE to indicate a successful load of the module.\n"
" Note that in all cases covered above, user code is responsible for\n"
" calling PROVIDE to indicate a successful load of the module.\n"
"\n"
" While loading any files, *load-verbose* is bound to *require-verbose*\n"
" which defaults to t."
" While loading any files, *load-verbose* is bound to *require-verbose*\n"
" which defaults to t."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/module.lisp
......@@ -9928,10 +10053,10 @@ msgstr ""
#: src/code/module.lisp
msgid ""
"Derive a default pathname to try to load for an undefined module\n"
"named module-name. The default pathname is constructed from the\n"
"module-name by appending the suffix \"-LIBRARY\" to it, and merging\n"
"with \"modules:\". Note that both the module-name and the suffix are\n"
"each, separately, converted from :case :common to :case :local."
" named module-name. The default pathname is constructed from the\n"
" module-name by appending the suffix \"-LIBRARY\" to it, and merging\n"
" with \"modules:\". Note that both the module-name and the suffix\n"
" are each, separately, converted from :case :common to :case :local."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/eval.lisp
......
......@@ -5811,23 +5811,21 @@ msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"When True runs lisp with its input coming from standard-input.\n"
" If an error is detected returns error code 1, otherwise 0."
" If an error is detected returns error code 1, otherwise 0."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Accepts the name of a switch as a string and returns the value of the\n"
" switch. If no value was specified, then any following words are "
"returned.\n"
" If there are no following words, then t is returned. If the switch was "
"not\n"
" specified, then nil is returned."
"Accepts the name of a switch as a string and returns the value of\n"
" the switch. If no value was specified, then any following words are\n"
" returned. If there are no following words, then t is returned. If\n"
" the switch was not specified, then nil is returned."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"When set, invoking switch demons complains about illegal switches that have\n"
" not been defined with DEFSWITCH."
"When set, invoking switch demons complains about illegal switches\n"
" that have not been defined with DEFSWITCH."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
......@@ -5836,20 +5834,146 @@ msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Associates function with the switch name in *command-switch-demons*. Name\n"
" is a simple-string that does not begin with a hyphen, unless the switch "
"name\n"
" really does begin with one. Function is optional, but defining the "
"switch\n"
" is necessary to keep invoking switch demons from complaining about "
"illegal\n"
" switches. This can be inhibited with *complain-about-illegal-switches*."
"Associates function with the switch name in\n"
" *command-switch-demons*. Name is a simple-string that does not\n"
" begin with a hyphen, unless the switch name really does begin with\n"
" one. Function is optional, but defining the switch is necessary to\n"
" keep invoking switch demons from complaining about illegal switches.\n"
" This can be inhibited with *complain-about-illegal-switches*.\n"
"\n"
" The optional arguments, arg-name and docstring, are used by -help to\n"
" describe the switch. Arg-name is a string naming the argument (if\n"
" any) for the switch. Docstring describe the switch."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Evaluate the specified Lisp expression during the start up\n"
" sequence. the value of the form will not be printed unless it is\n"
" wrapped in a form that does output."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "expression"
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "a symbol or function"
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Loads the specified file into Lisp before entering Lisp's\n"
" read-eval-print loop."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "filename"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "Specifies the suspended Lisp image ('core' file) to start up"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "corefile"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies the name of a file containing user customizations that is\n"
" to be loaded each time Lisp starts up (default ~/init or\n"
" ~/.cmucl-init.lisp). The loader loads any existing compiled binary\n"
" or the lisp source if none."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Suppresses loading of the init file and also prevents -edit from\n"
" loading the Hemlock init file."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Suppresses loading of the site-init site specific initialization\n"
" file."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies the name of the Hemlock init file (default ~/hemlock-init\n"
" or ~/.hemlock-init), which is loaded only when Hemlock is started."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Causes Lisp to run in batch mode where all input is directed from\n"
" standard-input. A unix return code of 0 is returned upon\n"
" encountering an EOF, while any unhandled error condition will cause\n"
" an immediate exit with a return code of 1, instead of entering the\n"
" debugger."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies the number of megabytes that should be allocated to the\n"
" heap. If not specified, a platform- specific default is used. The\n"
" actual maximum allowed heap size is platform-specific."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "megabytes"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"A colon-separated list of directories to be used for the library:\n"
" search-list."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "libpath"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Causes Lisp to start up silently, disabling printing of the herald\n"
" and causing most unnecessary noise, like GC messages,load messages,\n"
" etc. to be suppressed."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Enables printing of messages indication how CMUCL is searching for\n"
" its default core file."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid ""
"Specifies what kind of floating-point support should be used on x86\n"
" systems. If 'x87', Lisp will use the x87 floating-point unit; if\n"
" 'sse2', Lisp uses SSE2 floating-point unit. The default is\n"
" 'auto',which causes Lisp to check to see if SSE2 is available. If\n"
" so, then SSE2 is used. If the SSE2 core file cannot be found,Lisp\n"
" will fallback to the x87 core, which can run on any machine."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "mode"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "~&Usage: ~A <options>~2%"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "Print out the command line options and exit"
msgstr ""
#: src/code/commandline.lisp
msgid "Same as -help."
msgstr ""
#: src/code/env-access.lisp
msgid ""
"Returns information about the symbol VAR in the lexical environment ENV.\n"
......@@ -9914,35 +10038,36 @@ msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/module.lisp
msgid ""
"Adds a new module name to *modules* indicating that it has been loaded.\n"
" Module-name may be any valid string designator. All comparisons are\n"
" done using string=, i.e. module names are case-sensitive."
"Adds a new module name to *modules* indicating that it has been\n"
" loaded. Module-name may be any valid string designator. All\n"
" comparisons are done using string=, i.e. module names are\n"
" case-sensitive."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/module.lisp
msgid ""
"Loads a module when it has not been already. Pathname, if supplied,\n"
" is a single pathname or list of pathnames to be loaded if the module\n"
" needs to be. If pathname is not supplied, then functions from the list\n"
" *MODULE-PROVIDER-FUNCTIONS* are called in order with the stringified\n"
" MODULE-NAME as the argument, until one of them returns non-NIL. By\n"
" default the functions MODULE-PROVIDE-CMUCL-DEFMODULE and MODULE-PROVIDE-\n"
" CMUCL-LIBRARY are on this list of functions, in that order. The first\n"
" of those looks for a list of files that was registered by a EXT:"
"DEFMODULE\n"
" form. If the module has not been defined, then the second function\n"
" causes a file to be loaded whose name is formed by merging \"modules:\"\n"
" and the concatenation of module-name with the suffix \"-LIBRARY\".\n"
" Note that both the module-name and the suffix are each, separately,\n"
" converted from :case :common to :case :local. This merged name will be\n"
" probed with both a .lisp and .fasl extensions, calling LOAD if it "
"exists.\n"
"Loads a module when it has not been already. Pathname, if\n"
" supplied, is a single pathname or list of pathnames to be loaded if\n"
" the module needs to be. If pathname is not supplied, then functions\n"
" from the list *MODULE-PROVIDER-FUNCTIONS* are called in order with\n"
" the stringified MODULE-NAME as the argument, until one of them\n"
" returns non-NIL. By default the functions\n"
" MODULE-PROVIDE-CMUCL-DEFMODULE and MODULE-PROVIDE- CMUCL-LIBRARY are\n"
" on this list of functions, in that order. The first of those looks\n"
" for a list of files that was registered by a EXT:DEFMODULE form. If\n"
" the module has not been defined, then the second function causes a\n"
" file to be loaded whose name is formed by merging \"modules:\" and\n"
" the concatenation of module-name with the suffix \"-LIBRARY\". Note\n"
" that both the module-name and the suffix are each, separately,\n"
" converted from :case :common to :case :local. This merged name will\n"
" be probed with both a .lisp and .fasl extensions, calling LOAD if it\n"
" exists.\n"
"\n"
" Note that in all cases covered above, user code is responsible for\n"
" calling PROVIDE to indicate a successful load of the module.\n"
" Note that in all cases covered above, user code is responsible for\n"
" calling PROVIDE to indicate a successful load of the module.\n"
"\n"
" While loading any files, *load-verbose* is bound to *require-verbose*\n"
" which defaults to t."
" While loading any files, *load-verbose* is bound to *require-verbose*\n"
" which defaults to t."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/module.lisp
......@@ -9956,10 +10081,10 @@ msgstr ""
#: src/code/module.lisp
msgid ""
"Derive a default pathname to try to load for an undefined module\n"
"named module-name. The default pathname is constructed from the\n"
"module-name by appending the suffix \"-LIBRARY\" to it, and merging\n"
"with \"modules:\". Note that both the module-name and the suffix are\n"
"each, separately, converted from :case :common to :case :local."
" named module-name. The default pathname is constructed from the\n"
" module-name by appending the suffix \"-LIBRARY\" to it, and merging\n"
" with \"modules:\". Note that both the module-name and the suffix\n"
" are each, separately, converted from :case :common to :case :local."
msgstr ""
 
#: src/code/eval.lisp
......
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