Commit 25495bce authored by Daniel Kochmański's avatar Daniel Kochmański
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doc: cosmetic fixes

See merge request embeddable-common-lisp/ecl!256
parents 5524a227 4b243794
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ type of object. For instance, a cons cell consists of three words:
@cfindex --enable-small-cons [YES|no]
Note, that this is on of the possible implementations of
Note, that this is one of the possible implementation of
@code{cons}. The second one (currently default) uses the immediate value
for the @code{list} and consumes two words instead of three. Such
implementation is more memory and speed efficient (according to the
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......@@ -12,20 +12,20 @@ purpose. The homepage of the
@uref{https://common-lisp.net,Common-Lisp.net} contains a good list of
links of such teaching and learning material.
This book is structure into four parts:
This book is structured into four parts:
@subsection User's guide
We begin with [@ref{User's guide}] which provides introductory material
showing the user how to build and use ECL and some of its unique
features. This part assumes some basic Common Lisp knowledge and is
suggested as an entry point for a new users who want to start using
suggested as an entry point for new users who want to start using
@ecl{}.
@subsection Developer's guide
[@ref{Developer's guide}] documents @ecl{} implementation details. This
part is not meant for normal users but rather for the ECL developers
and other people who want to contribute to @ecl{}. This section is prone
to change due to the dynamic nature of a software. Covered topics
to change due to the dynamic nature of the software. Covered topics
include source code structure, contributing guide, internal
implementation details and many other topics relevant to the development
process.
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@node Building ECL
@section Building ECL
Due to its portable nature ECL works on every (at least) 32-bit
Due to its portable nature, ECL works on every (at least) 32-bit
architecture which provides a proper C99 compliant compiler.
Operating systems on which ECL is reported to work: Linux, Darwin (Mac
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......@@ -62,8 +62,10 @@ To exit from @ecl{}, call the function @coderef{ext:quit}.
%
@end example
Alternatively, you may type @code{^D} , i.e. press the key @key{D}
while pressing down the control key (@key{Ctrl}).
Alternatively, you may type @code{^D} on UNIX-like operating systems,
i.e. press the key @key{D}
while pressing down the control key (@key{Ctrl}),
on Windows, you should use @code{^Z} followed by a return.
@example
> @myctrl{D}
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