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[docs] fix a few links

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  1. +2 −3 docs/compiler_overview.pod
  2. +2 −3 docs/glossary.pod
@@ -169,8 +169,8 @@ turn tries to match .....
That is why this parsing algorithm is called Recursive Descent.
The top-level portion of the grammar is written using Perl 6 rules
-(Synopsis 5) and is based on the grammar in the Pugs repository
-(F<>). There are a few
+(Synopsis 5) and is based on the grammar in the C<perl6/std>
+repository (L<>). There are a few
places where Rakudo's grammar deviates from, but the ultimate
goal is for the two to converge. Rakudo's grammar inherits from PCT's
C<HLL::Grammar>, which provides the C<< <.panic> >> rule to throw
@@ -224,7 +224,6 @@ The Parrot Compiler Toolkit provides a wide variety of PAST node types
for representing the various components of a HLL program -- for more
details about the available node types, see PDD 26
-L<> or
The PAST representation is the final stage of processing in Rakudo
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ tree into its equivalent abstract syntax tree representation.
Parrot design documents are the specifications for Parrot's
interface to its "outside world". The PDDs serve basically
the same purpose for Parrot that the Synopses serve for Perl 6.
-(See L<>.)
+(See L<>).
=item parse grammar
@@ -74,8 +74,7 @@ For more info, see L<>.
=item is the "standard" Perl 6 grammar definition,
-currently under development in the Pugs repository. (See
+see L<>.
At the moment is not really a "specification" in a
proscriptive sense -- it's more of a guideline or model for
Perl 6 implementations to follow. The goal is that eventually

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