cltl 1.0.30 source package in Ubuntu


cltl (1.0.30) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload

  [ Andreas Beckmann ]
  * preinst: Disable buggy postrm code on upgrades from (<< 1.0.27) that would
    delete files from the newly unpacked package.  (Cf. #700670)
  * Clean up the obsolete conffile /etc/emacs/site-start.d/60cltl.el on
  * Use /var/cache/cltl as download location.
    (Closes: #916028)

  [ S├ębastien Villemot ]
  * Update French translation. Thanks to Jean-Philippe Mengual.
    (Closes: #916082)
  * Add Rules-Requires-Root: no
  * Use new way of specifying debhelper compat level
  * Bump S-V to 4.2.1

 -- S├ębastien Villemot <email address hidden>  Tue, 11 Dec 2018 15:39:10 +0100

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Debian Common Lisp Team on 2018-12-11
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cltl: Common Lisp the Language, second edition, book (Pre-ANSI)

 This package installs the HTML version of Guy L. Steele book Common
 Lisp the Language, second edition. This book describes a snapshot of
 the Common Lisp language during the period that the ANSI Common
 Lisp standard was created. Thus, this book describe a NON-STANDARD
 version of Common Lisp which is similar to, but is *NOT*, ANSI
 Common Lisp.
 For reference on ANSI Common Lisp, use the Debian package
 "hyperspec". This book is included in Debian because, while it does
 differ from the ANSI standard, it has more details than the "hyperspec"
 about the design and usage of Lisp.
 This package does not contain the actual HTML files, but rather
 downloads the HTML archive from the Internet and then installs it.