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Issue 1217533003: spec copyedits

4 years, 1 month ago by Patrice Chalin
3 years, 8 months ago
CC:, gbracha
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spec copyedits BNF “syntax errors” found during [automated grammar extraction]( Prose copyedits found during review. BUG=

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Total comments: 2
Unified diffs Side-by-side diffs Delta from patch set Stats (+19 lines, -19 lines) Patch
M docs/language/dartLangSpec.tex View 13 chunks +19 lines, -19 lines 2 comments Download


Total messages: 6 (2 generated)
Lasse Reichstein Nielsen
4 years, 1 month ago (2015-07-03 12:31:21 UTC) #2
Lasse Reichstein Nielsen
Just realized that I was set as reviewer here, not Gilad who would is in ...
3 years, 8 months ago (2015-12-18 11:38:22 UTC) #4
Mostly ok, but one of these changes is undesirable. See comments. File docs/language/dartLangSpec.tex (right): ...
3 years, 8 months ago (2015-12-21 19:06:54 UTC) #5
Patrice Chalin
3 years, 8 months ago (2015-12-22 05:21:06 UTC) #6
File docs/language/dartLangSpec.tex (right):
docs/language/dartLangSpec.tex:1598: \CONST{} D.makeMap(p): w = \CONST{}
\{"help": q\}; // compile-time error
On 2015/12/21 19:06:53, gbracha wrote:
> No, this comes out wrong/  Some of these changes are in fact corrections; some
> are no-ops; but this one is wrong.

I guess that you know that in several other dartCode environments in this spec,
both the single quote character (') and the double quote character (") are used
to enclose strings rather than the use of the LaTeX conventions of `...' and
``...''. E.g.:

L3470: \CONST{} A("x"); // compile-time error
L7100     print("yoyoma");

among others. Either way is fine I suppose, but consistency would be nice. (In
most other language documents I have worked on, the LaTeX string convention is
used in prose and single/double quote characters are used in code environments.)

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