[eeps] Commit: r52 - eeps/trunk
Thu Oct 30 22:27:16 CET 2008
On 31 Oct 2008, at 3:20 am, <> wrote:
> Users are not allowed to define types with the same names as the
> -predefined or built-in ones. This is checked by the compiler and its
> -violation results in a compilation error.
> +predefined or built-in ones. This is checked by the compiler and its
> +violation results in a compilation error. (For bootstrapping
> +it can also result to just a warning if this involves a built-in type
> +which has just been introduced.)
Change "to" to "in".
> where the type name is an atom (``'my_type'`` in the above) followed
> parenthesis. Type is a type as defined in the previous section. A
Parenthesis is singular. If this means "()", change it to
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