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fixes typo in LaTeXML::Core::Token documentation #796

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@teepeemm teepeemm commented Sep 1, 2016

This fixes the typo at the bottom of http://dlmf.nist.gov/LaTeXML/manual/coremodules/LaTeXML_Core_Token.html
in the description of getCSName

@teepeemm teepeemm changed the title fixes typo LaTeXML::Core::Token documentation fixes typo in LaTeXML::Core::Token documentation Sep 2, 2016
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@teepeemm teepeemm commented Sep 2, 2016

I have ln -s ../../tools/pre-commit .git/hooks setup. Does that automatically happen before a commit? Or do I need to invoke it manually? Does it matter if I'm committing from NetBeans?

Is it possible to do whatever Travis-Ci does before I commit? Or is that basically a quick make to ensure I've not done anything boneheaded? Or is Travis-Ci the same as pre-commit?

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@teepeemm teepeemm commented Sep 6, 2016

Although looking more closely, it appears getCSName returns the PRIMITIVE_NAME by default, so that T_BEGIN->getCSName is actually "Begin". So I may have fixed a typo in the coding, but not the documentation.

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@brucemiller brucemiller commented Sep 6, 2016

Yes, you're right: it returns "Begin" 'cause that's what TeX does, so my POD markup and the doc itself was messed up.

Aside: the git hook just checks the formatting (and complains if it doesn't like it), but doesn't actually reformat. tools/latexmllint will reformat it for you, if you want. (But none of this will likely come into play in this case)

@brucemiller brucemiller merged commit 7cfa1d2 into brucemiller:master Nov 14, 2016
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@brucemiller brucemiller commented Nov 14, 2016

I guess I forgot to pull this.... Thanks!

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