Commit d55911cf authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

* cl.texi (Modify Macros, Other Clauses): Remove mentions of obsolete features.

parent 6a07d52e
......@@ -3,7 +3,8 @@
* cl.texi (Organization): More details on cl-lib.el versus cl.el.
(Setf Extensions): Remove `apply' setf since it seems to be disabled.
(Customizing Setf): Move contents to "Obsolete Setf Customization".
(Modify Macros, Multiple Values): Remove mentions of obsolete feature.
(Modify Macros, Multiple Values, Other Clauses):
Remove mentions of obsolete features.
(Obsolete Setf Customization): Don't mention `apply' setf.
2012-10-28 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
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......@@ -973,6 +973,7 @@ in the sense described in Steele's book; since none of the standard
Emacs place functions are suitable in this sense, this feature is
only interesting when used with places you define yourself with
@code{define-setf-method} or the long form of @code{defsetf}.
@xref{Obsolete Setf Customization}.
@end ignore
@item
......@@ -1208,10 +1209,9 @@ equivalent to @code{(cl-callf2 cons @var{x} @var{place})}.
@end defmac
The @code{cl-callf} and @code{cl-callf2} macros serve as building
blocks for other macros like @code{cl-incf}, @code{cl-pushnew}, and
@code{define-modify-macro}. The @code{letf} and @code{cl-letf*}
macros are used in the processing of symbol macros;
@pxref{Macro Bindings}.
blocks for other macros like @code{cl-incf}, and @code{cl-pushnew}.
The @code{letf} and @code{cl-letf*} macros are used in the processing
of symbol macros; @pxref{Macro Bindings}.
@node Variable Bindings
......@@ -2438,13 +2438,12 @@ was named). The @code{return} clause is implemented a bit more
efficiently, though.
@end table
While there is no high-level way to add user extensions to @code{cl-loop}
(comparable to @code{defsetf} for @code{setf}, say), this package
does offer two properties called @code{cl-loop-handler} and
@code{cl-loop-for-handler} which are functions to be called when
a given symbol is encountered as a top-level loop clause or
@code{for} clause, respectively. Consult the source code in
file @file{cl-macs.el} for details.
While there is no high-level way to add user extensions to @code{cl-loop},
this package does offer two properties called @code{cl-loop-handler}
and @code{cl-loop-for-handler} which are functions to be called when a
given symbol is encountered as a top-level loop clause or @code{for}
clause, respectively. Consult the source code in file
@file{cl-macs.el} for details.
This package's @code{cl-loop} macro is compatible with that of Common
Lisp, except that a few features are not implemented: @code{loop-finish}
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