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going from DocEx -> printed docs
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- Subject: going from DocEx -> printed docs
- From: email@example.com (Stephen G. Rowley)
- Date: Mon, 18 Jun 1990 16:29:00 -0400
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Date: Mon, 18 Jun 90 11:41:51 EDT
Increasingly, as I walk further into the innards of the Diabolics, I
find that I come across some articles that are too long for me to read
and digest inside the DocEx (the sys:function-parent doc is a good
example of this). I was wondering, is there any way to get out of the
DocEx a pointer into the printed doc (at least a volume number)? This
would be a big help.
:Show Overview "Using the Sys:function-parent declaration" in the DocEx
0 2Section: 3 2"Using the 4sys:function-parent2 declaration"
0 2It is included in topic: "How Programs Manipulate Definitions"
0 2It appears in document: 5Symbolics Common Lisp -- Language Concepts
0 2source locators
0 2definition types
0 2sys: defsubst with parent macro
0 2record source file name function3