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0035853FPCDocumentationpublic2019-07-17 02:04
ReporterKai BurghardtAssigned ToMichael Van Canneyt 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status assignedResolutionopen 
Platformx86_64OSGNU/LinuxOS Version4.2
Product Version3.0.4Product Build3.0.4+dfsg-11 [2017/12/30] 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0035853: programmer’s guide: missing closing curly bracket in § $align
DescriptionCf. attached patch.
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Attached Files
  • prog.tex.patch (557 bytes)
    --- prog.tex~	2019-07-16 18:36:47.603526113 +0000
    +++ prog.tex	2019-07-16 18:36:47.603526113 +0000
    @@ -142,7 +142,7 @@
     \subsection{\var{\protect\$A} or \var{\protect\$ALIGN} : Align Data}
     \label{se:Align}
     
    -The \var{\{\$ALIGN} directive can be used to select the data alignment 
    +The \var{\{\$ALIGN\}} directive can be used to select the data alignment 
     strategy of the compiler for records. It takes a numerical argument
     which can be 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32, specifying the alignment boundary 
     in bytes. For these values, it has the same effect as the 
    
    prog.tex.patch (557 bytes)
  • more_prog.tex.patch (532 bytes)
    --- prog.tex~	2019-07-17 00:03:10.398142248 +0000
    +++ prog.tex	2019-07-17 00:03:10.398142248 +0000
    @@ -2568,7 +2568,7 @@
     compile-time expressions, as commonly found in \macos compilers.
     
     The various conditional compilation directives (\var{\$IF}, \var{\$IFDEF},
    -\var{\$IFOPT} are used in combination with \var{\$DEFINE}
    +\var{\$IFOPT}) are used in combination with \var{\$DEFINE}
     to allow the programmer to choose at compile time which portions 
     of the code should be compiled.  This can be used for instance
     \begin{itemize}
    
    more_prog.tex.patch (532 bytes)

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Kai Burghardt

2019-07-16 20:38

reporter  

prog.tex.patch (557 bytes)
--- prog.tex~	2019-07-16 18:36:47.603526113 +0000
+++ prog.tex	2019-07-16 18:36:47.603526113 +0000
@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@
 \subsection{\var{\protect\$A} or \var{\protect\$ALIGN} : Align Data}
 \label{se:Align}
 
-The \var{\{\$ALIGN} directive can be used to select the data alignment 
+The \var{\{\$ALIGN\}} directive can be used to select the data alignment 
 strategy of the compiler for records. It takes a numerical argument
 which can be 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32, specifying the alignment boundary 
 in bytes. For these values, it has the same effect as the 
prog.tex.patch (557 bytes)

Kai Burghardt

2019-07-17 02:04

reporter  

more_prog.tex.patch (532 bytes)
--- prog.tex~	2019-07-17 00:03:10.398142248 +0000
+++ prog.tex	2019-07-17 00:03:10.398142248 +0000
@@ -2568,7 +2568,7 @@
 compile-time expressions, as commonly found in \macos compilers.
 
 The various conditional compilation directives (\var{\$IF}, \var{\$IFDEF},
-\var{\$IFOPT} are used in combination with \var{\$DEFINE}
+\var{\$IFOPT}) are used in combination with \var{\$DEFINE}
 to allow the programmer to choose at compile time which portions 
 of the code should be compiled.  This can be used for instance
 \begin{itemize}
more_prog.tex.patch (532 bytes)

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2019-07-16 20:38 Kai Burghardt New Issue
2019-07-16 20:38 Kai Burghardt Status new => assigned
2019-07-16 20:38 Kai Burghardt Assigned To => Michael Van Canneyt
2019-07-16 20:38 Kai Burghardt File Added: prog.tex.patch
2019-07-17 02:04 Kai Burghardt File Added: more_prog.tex.patch