Commit 2da3a0d2 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Small edits for lispref/intro.texi

* intro.texi (Caveats): Copyedit.
(Lisp History): Convert inforef to xref.
(Lisp History, Printing Notation, Version Info): Improve page-breaks.
parent cfed8eeb
2012-05-04 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* intro.texi (Caveats): Copyedit.
(Lisp History): Convert inforef to xref.
(Lisp History, Printing Notation, Version Info): Improve page-breaks.
* elisp.texi (DATE): Forgot to change the month in 2012-04-21 change.
2012-05-01 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
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......@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ real-life example for a function or group of functions, please make an
effort to write it up and send it in. Please reference any comments to
the chapter name, section name, and function name, as appropriate, since
page numbers and chapter and section numbers will change and we may have
trouble finding the text you are talking about. Also state the number
trouble finding the text you are talking about. Also state the version
of the edition you are criticizing.
@end iftex
@ifnottex
......@@ -121,10 +121,10 @@ worry about it; this manual is self-contained.
@pindex cl
A certain amount of Common Lisp emulation is available via the
@file{cl} library. @inforef{Top, Overview, cl}.
@file{cl} library. @xref{Top,, Overview, cl, Common Lisp Extensions}.
Emacs Lisp is not at all influenced by Scheme; but the GNU project has
an implementation of Scheme, called Guile. We use Guile in all new GNU
an implementation of Scheme, called Guile. We use it in all new GNU
software that calls for extensibility.
@node Conventions
......@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ displayed in the echo area.
Examples in this manual indicate printed text with @samp{@print{}},
irrespective of where that text goes. The value returned by
evaluating the form (here @code{bar}) follows on a separate line with
evaluating the form follows on a separate line with
@samp{@result{}}.
@example
......@@ -511,8 +511,6 @@ numeric components, such as @code{"22.0.91.1"}, indicates an
unreleased test version.
@end defvar
The following two variables have existed since Emacs version 19.23:
@defvar emacs-major-version
The major version number of Emacs, as an integer. For Emacs version
23.1, the value is 23.
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