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remove references to index-initialize (fixes #2)

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commit ba79da99d260e0019d930e33fb7dff7418c13e0b 1 parent 896d29c
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  1. +0 −2  src/indices/package.lisp
  2. +4 −4 src/indices/tutorial.lisp
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2  src/indices/package.lisp
@@ -9,8 +9,6 @@
#:index-remove
#:index-keys
#:index-values
- #:index-initialize
- #:index-reinitialize
#:index-clear
#:index-create
#:index-mapvalues
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8 src/indices/tutorial.lisp
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@
;;; `HASH-LIST-INDEX'.
;;;
;;; `INDEX-INITARGS' - Additional arguments that are passed to
-;;; `INDEX-INITIALIZE' when creating the index.
+;;; `INDEX-CREATE' when creating the index.
;;;
;;; `INDEX-READER' - A symbol under which a query function for the
;;; index will be stored.
@@ -545,9 +545,9 @@
;;;
;;; `INDEX-CLEAR (INDEX)' - Remove all indexed objects from the index.
;;;
-;;; In addition to this method, there is the function `INDEX-CREATE'
-;;; that instantiates an index object, and calls `INDEX-INITIALIZE' on
-;;; it.
+;;; In addition to these methods, there is the function `INDEX-CREATE'
+;;; that instantiates an index object. It passes the `INDEX-INITARGS'
+;;; provided to the `MAKE-INSTANCE' call that creates the index.
;;;
;;; The best way to see how this methods are used is to have at look
;;; at the basic index `SLOT-INDEX'. A unique index indexes an object
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