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Common Lisp Emulation vs Common Lisp Extensions

From: Jean-Christophe Helary
Subject: Common Lisp Emulation vs Common Lisp Extensions
Date: Sat, 28 May 2016 22:39:46 +0900

The Elisp Reference points at a "Common Lisp Extensions" document or chapter 
without specifying where to find that document.

Cf. p2 of the PDF (Lisp History) and 6 other references in the manual.

It looks like the correct reference is: "GNU Emacs Common Lisp Emulation" 
according to:

The Emacs Manual uses the same reference (p. 526 of the PDF)

It would be good to fix the two manuals to properly reference the document.

Also, the web page for the GNU Emacs Manual Online uses "GNU Emacs Common Lisp 
support." to describe the package and the page that is linked to from there is 
"CL manual".

It seems to me that the first item should be "GNU Emacs Common Lisp 
*Emulation*" and not "support" and the second should be "GNU Emacs Common Lisp 
Emulation Manual", or something like that.

If the above assumptions are correct, is there a person in particular to 
address them too, or is there a way to provide a fix myself ?

Jean-Christophe Helary 

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