Commit a8d41385 authored by Dave Cooper's avatar Dave Cooper
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Fixed formatting in README.md.

parent 9757d874
...@@ -48,12 +48,12 @@ AllegroServe](https://github.com/genworks/aserve/tree/zacl-compatible) ...@@ -48,12 +48,12 @@ AllegroServe](https://github.com/genworks/aserve/tree/zacl-compatible)
has its system name as `zaserve`. This `zaserve` system definition has its system name as `zaserve`. This `zaserve` system definition
includes a dependency on ZACL, so you can load it simply by invoking includes a dependency on ZACL, so you can load it simply by invoking
`(ql:quickload :zaserve)` (ql:quickload :zaserve)
Of course, if for some reason you only want the `zacl` system itself, Of course, if for some reason you only want the `zacl` system itself,
you can load that with you can load that with
`(ql:quickload :zacl)` (ql:quickload :zacl)
## Limitations ## Limitations
...@@ -86,9 +86,11 @@ With that said, AllegroServe will always run best on its native ...@@ -86,9 +86,11 @@ With that said, AllegroServe will always run best on its native
platform, which is [Allegro platform, which is [Allegro
CL](https://franz.com/products/allegro-common-lisp/). So if you want CL](https://franz.com/products/allegro-common-lisp/). So if you want
to run AllegroServe for mission-critical or performance-critical to run AllegroServe for mission-critical or performance-critical
applications, then you may want to consider investing [Allegro applications, and with a guarantee of a supported, trouble-free
CL](https://franz.com/products/allegro-common-lisp/). This option also experience, then you may want to consider investing [Allegro
comes with the benefit of the dedicated, world-class [support from CL](https://franz.com/products/allegro-common-lisp/) for your
Franz Inc. engineers](https://franz.com). AllegroServe needs. This option also comes with the benefit of
dedicated, world-class [support from Franz
Inc. engineers](https://franz.com).
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