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Re: manual: Why use 'maude' as the example program name?

From: Mathieu Lirzin
Subject: Re: manual: Why use 'maude' as the example program name?
Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2018 23:36:26 +0100
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Tom Tromey <address@hidden> writes:

>>>>>> "Jonas" == Jonas Thiem <address@hidden> writes:
> Jonas> Disclaimer: I haven't read this part of the docs myself. But for what
> Jonas> it's worth, I think Maude looks a bit like a misspelling of Make and
> Jonas> doesn't stick out that well, compared to "exampleprog" or something.
> One such section starts:
>        In the list below, we use the name “maude” to refer to the program or
>     library.  In your ‘’ you would replace this with the
>     canonical name of your program.  This list also refers to “maude” as a
>     program, but in general the same rules apply for both static and dynamic
>     libraries; the documentation below notes situations where programs and
>     libraries differ.

FWIW, I think using “maude” with the above explanation is clear enough.

Mathieu Lirzin
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