Commit 7b9be9a8 authored by Philip Fominykh's avatar Philip Fominykh

Hevea cmu-user generation cleanups.

parent ccd159f1
......@@ -20,6 +20,9 @@
\newcommand{\keys}[1]{\code{\&key}\@print{ }\= #1}
% \newcommand{\layout}[4][]
% {\begin{tabular}
% {llp{10cm}@{\hspace{10cm}}r}\fcnname{#1} &
......@@ -113,7 +116,7 @@
{\@open{BLOCKQUOTE}{CLASS=lisp} \begin{alltt}}
\newcommand{\cmucl}{{\scshape cmucl}}
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ h3 {
.code {
background: #faf0e6;
border:solid #faf0e6 1px;
.technical {
......@@ -998,8 +998,7 @@ printing of the trace information and conditional breakpoints on
function entry or exit.
\args{\mstar{option global-value} \mstar{name \mstar{option
\args{\mstar{option global-value} \mstar{name \mstar{option value}}}}
\code{trace} is a debugging tool that prints information when
specified functions are called. In its simplest form:
......@@ -162,9 +162,7 @@ IEEE floating point specifies four possible rounding modes:
\findexed{truncate} function.
Although the rounding mode can be changed with
Warning: Although the rounding mode can be changed with
\code{set-floating-point-modes}, use of any value other than the
default (\kwd{nearest}) can cause unusual behavior, since it will
affect rounding done by \llisp{} system code as well as rounding in
......@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ See also \verb|cmucl(1)|. Currently \cmucl{} accepts the following
\item[\code{--help}] Same as \code{-help}.
\item[\code{-{}-help}] Same as \code{-help}.
\item[\code{-help}] Print ou the command line options and exit.
......@@ -348,10 +348,10 @@ this encoding and handle the surrogate pairs correctly.
\begin{defun}{}{string=}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1}
\kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string/=}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string$<$}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string$>$}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string$<$=}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string$>$=}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string\textless}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string\textgreater}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string\textless=}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
\defunx{string\textgreater=}{\args \var{s1} \var{s2} \keys{\kwd{start1} \kwd{end1} \kwd{start2} \kwd{end2}}}
The string comparison is done in codepoint order. (This is
different from just comparing the order of the individual characters
due to surrogate pairs.) Unicode collation is not done.
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