Rename perltootc as perltooc for 8.3-friedliness.
authorJarkko Hietaniemi <jhi@iki.fi>
Sat, 22 Sep 2001 13:48:29 +0000 (13:48 +0000)
committerJarkko Hietaniemi <jhi@iki.fi>
Sat, 22 Sep 2001 13:48:29 +0000 (13:48 +0000)
p4raw-id: //depot/perl@12132

MANIFEST
pod/buildtoc.PL
pod/perl.pod
pod/perlboot.pod
pod/perlmod.pod
pod/perlobj.pod
pod/perltoc.pod
pod/perltooc.pod [moved from pod/perltootc.pod with 99% similarity]
pod/perltoot.pod

index 3b8fecc..4a1003b 100644 (file)
--- a/MANIFEST
+++ b/MANIFEST
@@ -1821,8 +1821,8 @@ pod/perlthrtut.pod                Threads tutorial
 pod/perltie.pod                        Tieing an object class into a simple variable
 pod/perltoc.pod                        Table of Contents info
 pod/perltodo.pod               Todo list explained
+pod/perltooc.pod               Tom's object-oriented tutorial (more on class data)
 pod/perltoot.pod               Tom's object-oriented tutorial
-pod/perltootc.pod              Tom's object-oriented tutorial (more on class data)
 pod/perltrap.pod               Trap info
 pod/perlunicode.pod            Unicode support info
 pod/perlutil.pod               Accompanying utilities explained
index f31eec7..601aa75 100644 (file)
@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ if (-d "pod") {
 
     perlboot
     perltoot
-    perltootc
+    perltooc
     perlobj
     perlbot
     perltie
index 48a09c2..d6bc93b 100644 (file)
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ For ease of access, the Perl manual has been split up into several sections:
 
     perlboot           Perl OO tutorial for beginners
     perltoot           Perl OO tutorial, part 1
-    perltootc          Perl OO tutorial, part 2
+    perltoo          Perl OO tutorial, part 2
     perlobj            Perl objects
     perlbot            Perl OO tricks and examples
     perltie            Perl objects hidden behind simple variables
index 3c18246..8eaac86 100644 (file)
@@ -790,7 +790,7 @@ Hopefully, this gets you started, though.
 
 For more information, see L<perlobj> (for all the gritty details about
 Perl objects, now that you've seen the basics), L<perltoot> (the
-tutorial for those who already know objects), L<perltootc> (dealing
+tutorial for those who already know objects), L<perltooc> (dealing
 with class data), L<perlbot> (for some more tricks), and books such as
 Damian Conway's excellent I<Object Oriented Perl>.
 
index b27ee85..ca59e29 100644 (file)
@@ -501,7 +501,7 @@ package. This is simply done using a hash and Scalar::Util::weaken().
 See L<perlmodlib> for general style issues related to building Perl
 modules and classes, as well as descriptions of the standard library
 and CPAN, L<Exporter> for how Perl's standard import/export mechanism
-works, L<perltoot> and L<perltootc> for an in-depth tutorial on
+works, L<perltoot> and L<perltooc> for an in-depth tutorial on
 creating classes, L<perlobj> for a hard-core reference document on
 objects, L<perlsub> for an explanation of functions and scoping,
 and L<perlxstut> and L<perlguts> for more information on writing
index f719320..73b67de 100644 (file)
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ perlobj - Perl objects
 First you need to understand what references are in Perl.
 See L<perlref> for that.  Second, if you still find the following
 reference work too complicated, a tutorial on object-oriented programming
-in Perl can be found in L<perltoot> and L<perltootc>.
+in Perl can be found in L<perltoot> and L<perltooc>.
 
 If you're still with us, then
 here are three very simple definitions that you should find reassuring.
@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ methods and instance methods.
 A class method expects a class name as the first argument.  It
 provides functionality for the class as a whole, not for any
 individual object belonging to the class.  Constructors are often
-class methods, but see L<perltoot> and L<perltootc> for alternatives.
+class methods, but see L<perltoot> and L<perltooc> for alternatives.
 Many class methods simply ignore their first argument, because they
 already know what package they're in and don't care what package
 they were invoked via.  (These aren't necessarily the same, because
@@ -559,7 +559,7 @@ breaks the circularities in the self-referential structure.
 =head1 SEE ALSO
 
 A kinder, gentler tutorial on object-oriented programming in Perl can
-be found in L<perltoot>, L<perlboot> and L<perltootc>.  You should
+be found in L<perltoot>, L<perlboot> and L<perltooc>.  You should
 also check out L<perlbot> for other object tricks, traps, and tips, as
 well as L<perlmodlib> for some style guides on constructing both
 modules and classes.
index 1b05667..5080243 100644 (file)
@@ -1343,7 +1343,7 @@ C<(?(condition)yes-pattern|no-pattern)>
 
 =back
 
-=head2 perltootc - Tom's OO Tutorial for Class Data in Perl
+=head2 perltooc - Tom's OO Tutorial for Class Data in Perl
 
 =over 4
 
@@ -4450,6 +4450,8 @@ PerlIO_apply_layers(f,mode,layers), PerlIO_binmode(f,ptype,imode,layers),
 
 =item Unicode collation and normalization
 
+=item Create debugging macros
+
 =back
 
 =back
@@ -7080,7 +7082,17 @@ escape.
 
 =item NOTES
 
-=item TECHNICAL NOTE
+=over 4
+
+=item List constants
+
+=item Defining multiple constants at once
+
+=item Magic constants
+
+=back
+
+=item TECHNICAL NOTES
 
 =item BUGS
 
@@ -7469,6 +7481,14 @@ warnings::warnif($object, $message)
 
 =head2 warnings::register - warnings import function
 
+=over 4
+
+=item SYNOPSIS
+
+=item DESCRIPTION
+
+=back
+
 =head1 MODULE DOCUMENTATION
 
 =head2 AnyDBM_File - provide framework for multiple DBMs
@@ -8842,49 +8862,49 @@ C<d_getpent>, C<d_getpgid>, C<d_getpgrp2>, C<d_getpgrp>, C<d_getppid>,
 C<d_getprior>, C<d_getprotoprotos>, C<d_getprpwnam>, C<d_getpwent>,
 C<d_getsbyname>, C<d_getsbyport>, C<d_getsent>, C<d_getservprotos>,
 C<d_getspnam>, C<d_gettimeod>, C<d_gnulibc>, C<d_grpasswd>, C<d_hasmntopt>,
-C<d_htonl>, C<d_iconv>, C<d_index>, C<d_inetaton>, C<d_int64_t>,
-C<d_isascii>, C<d_isfinite>, C<d_isinf>, C<d_isnan>, C<d_isnanl>,
-C<d_killpg>, C<d_lchown>, C<d_ldbl_dig>, C<d_link>, C<d_locconv>,
-C<d_lockf>, C<d_longdbl>, C<d_longlong>, C<d_lseekproto>, C<d_lstat>,
-C<d_madvise>, C<d_mblen>, C<d_mbstowcs>, C<d_mbtowc>, C<d_memchr>,
-C<d_memcmp>, C<d_memcpy>, C<d_memmove>, C<d_memset>, C<d_mkdir>,
-C<d_mkdtemp>, C<d_mkfifo>, C<d_mkstemp>, C<d_mkstemps>, C<d_mktime>,
-C<d_mmap>, C<d_modfl>, C<d_modfl_pow32_bug>, C<d_mprotect>, C<d_msg>,
-C<d_msg_ctrunc>, C<d_msg_dontroute>, C<d_msg_oob>, C<d_msg_peek>,
-C<d_msg_proxy>, C<d_msgctl>, C<d_msgget>, C<d_msghdr_s>, C<d_msgrcv>,
-C<d_msgsnd>, C<d_msync>, C<d_munmap>, C<d_mymalloc>, C<d_nice>,
-C<d_nl_langinfo>, C<d_nv_preserves_uv>, C<d_nv_preserves_uv_bits>,
-C<d_off64_t>, C<d_old_pthread_create_joinable>, C<d_oldpthreads>,
-C<d_oldsock>, C<d_open3>, C<d_pathconf>, C<d_pause>,
-C<d_perl_otherlibdirs>, C<d_phostname>, C<d_pipe>, C<d_poll>,
-C<d_portable>, C<d_PRId64>, C<d_PRIeldbl>, C<d_PRIEUldbl>, C<d_PRIfldbl>,
-C<d_PRIFUldbl>, C<d_PRIgldbl>, C<d_PRIGUldbl>, C<d_PRIi64>, C<d_PRIo64>,
-C<d_PRIu64>, C<d_PRIx64>, C<d_PRIXU64>, C<d_pthread_atfork>,
-C<d_pthread_yield>, C<d_pwage>, C<d_pwchange>, C<d_pwclass>,
-C<d_pwcomment>, C<d_pwexpire>, C<d_pwgecos>, C<d_pwpasswd>, C<d_pwquota>,
-C<d_qgcvt>, C<d_quad>, C<d_readdir>, C<d_readlink>, C<d_readv>,
-C<d_recvmsg>, C<d_rename>, C<d_rewinddir>, C<d_rmdir>, C<d_safebcpy>,
-C<d_safemcpy>, C<d_sanemcmp>, C<d_sbrkproto>, C<d_sched_yield>,
-C<d_scm_rights>, C<d_SCNfldbl>, C<d_seekdir>, C<d_select>, C<d_sem>,
-C<d_semctl>, C<d_semctl_semid_ds>, C<d_semctl_semun>, C<d_semget>,
-C<d_semop>, C<d_sendmsg>, C<d_setegid>, C<d_seteuid>, C<d_setgrent>,
-C<d_setgrps>, C<d_sethent>, C<d_setitimer>, C<d_setlinebuf>,
-C<d_setlocale>, C<d_setnent>, C<d_setpent>, C<d_setpgid>, C<d_setpgrp2>,
-C<d_setpgrp>, C<d_setprior>, C<d_setproctitle>, C<d_setpwent>,
-C<d_setregid>, C<d_setresgid>, C<d_setresuid>, C<d_setreuid>, C<d_setrgid>,
-C<d_setruid>, C<d_setsent>, C<d_setsid>, C<d_setvbuf>, C<d_sfio>, C<d_shm>,
-C<d_shmat>, C<d_shmatprototype>, C<d_shmctl>, C<d_shmdt>, C<d_shmget>,
-C<d_sigaction>, C<d_sigprocmask>, C<d_sigsetjmp>, C<d_sockatmark>,
-C<d_sockatmarkproto>, C<d_socket>, C<d_socklen_t>, C<d_sockpair>,
-C<d_socks5_init>, C<d_sqrtl>, C<d_sresgproto>, C<d_sresuproto>,
-C<d_statblks>, C<d_statfs_f_flags>, C<d_statfs_s>, C<d_statvfs>,
-C<d_stdio_cnt_lval>, C<d_stdio_ptr_lval>, C<d_stdio_ptr_lval_nochange_cnt>,
-C<d_stdio_ptr_lval_sets_cnt>, C<d_stdio_stream_array>, C<d_stdiobase>,
-C<d_stdstdio>, C<d_strchr>, C<d_strcoll>, C<d_strctcpy>, C<d_strerrm>,
-C<d_strerror>, C<d_strftime>, C<d_strtod>, C<d_strtol>, C<d_strtold>,
-C<d_strtoll>, C<d_strtoq>, C<d_strtoul>, C<d_strtoull>, C<d_strtouq>,
-C<d_strxfrm>, C<d_suidsafe>, C<d_symlink>, C<d_syscall>, C<d_syscallproto>,
-C<d_sysconf>, C<d_sysernlst>, C<d_syserrlst>, C<d_system>, C<d_tcgetpgrp>,
+C<d_htonl>, C<d_index>, C<d_inetaton>, C<d_int64_t>, C<d_isascii>,
+C<d_isfinite>, C<d_isinf>, C<d_isnan>, C<d_isnanl>, C<d_killpg>,
+C<d_lchown>, C<d_ldbl_dig>, C<d_link>, C<d_locconv>, C<d_lockf>,
+C<d_longdbl>, C<d_longlong>, C<d_lseekproto>, C<d_lstat>, C<d_madvise>,
+C<d_mblen>, C<d_mbstowcs>, C<d_mbtowc>, C<d_memchr>, C<d_memcmp>,
+C<d_memcpy>, C<d_memmove>, C<d_memset>, C<d_mkdir>, C<d_mkdtemp>,
+C<d_mkfifo>, C<d_mkstemp>, C<d_mkstemps>, C<d_mktime>, C<d_mmap>,
+C<d_modfl>, C<d_modfl_pow32_bug>, C<d_mprotect>, C<d_msg>, C<d_msg_ctrunc>,
+C<d_msg_dontroute>, C<d_msg_oob>, C<d_msg_peek>, C<d_msg_proxy>,
+C<d_msgctl>, C<d_msgget>, C<d_msghdr_s>, C<d_msgrcv>, C<d_msgsnd>,
+C<d_msync>, C<d_munmap>, C<d_mymalloc>, C<d_nice>, C<d_nl_langinfo>,
+C<d_nv_preserves_uv>, C<d_nv_preserves_uv_bits>, C<d_off64_t>,
+C<d_old_pthread_create_joinable>, C<d_oldpthreads>, C<d_oldsock>,
+C<d_open3>, C<d_pathconf>, C<d_pause>, C<d_perl_otherlibdirs>,
+C<d_phostname>, C<d_pipe>, C<d_poll>, C<d_portable>, C<d_PRId64>,
+C<d_PRIeldbl>, C<d_PRIEUldbl>, C<d_PRIfldbl>, C<d_PRIFUldbl>,
+C<d_PRIgldbl>, C<d_PRIGUldbl>, C<d_PRIi64>, C<d_PRIo64>, C<d_PRIu64>,
+C<d_PRIx64>, C<d_PRIXU64>, C<d_pthread_atfork>, C<d_pthread_yield>,
+C<d_pwage>, C<d_pwchange>, C<d_pwclass>, C<d_pwcomment>, C<d_pwexpire>,
+C<d_pwgecos>, C<d_pwpasswd>, C<d_pwquota>, C<d_qgcvt>, C<d_quad>,
+C<d_readdir>, C<d_readlink>, C<d_readv>, C<d_recvmsg>, C<d_rename>,
+C<d_rewinddir>, C<d_rmdir>, C<d_safebcpy>, C<d_safemcpy>, C<d_sanemcmp>,
+C<d_sbrkproto>, C<d_sched_yield>, C<d_scm_rights>, C<d_SCNfldbl>,
+C<d_seekdir>, C<d_select>, C<d_sem>, C<d_semctl>, C<d_semctl_semid_ds>,
+C<d_semctl_semun>, C<d_semget>, C<d_semop>, C<d_sendmsg>, C<d_setegid>,
+C<d_seteuid>, C<d_setgrent>, C<d_setgrps>, C<d_sethent>, C<d_setitimer>,
+C<d_setlinebuf>, C<d_setlocale>, C<d_setnent>, C<d_setpent>, C<d_setpgid>,
+C<d_setpgrp2>, C<d_setpgrp>, C<d_setprior>, C<d_setproctitle>,
+C<d_setpwent>, C<d_setregid>, C<d_setresgid>, C<d_setresuid>,
+C<d_setreuid>, C<d_setrgid>, C<d_setruid>, C<d_setsent>, C<d_setsid>,
+C<d_setvbuf>, C<d_sfio>, C<d_shm>, C<d_shmat>, C<d_shmatprototype>,
+C<d_shmctl>, C<d_shmdt>, C<d_shmget>, C<d_sigaction>, C<d_sigprocmask>,
+C<d_sigsetjmp>, C<d_sockatmark>, C<d_sockatmarkproto>, C<d_socket>,
+C<d_socklen_t>, C<d_sockpair>, C<d_socks5_init>, C<d_sqrtl>,
+C<d_sresgproto>, C<d_sresuproto>, C<d_statblks>, C<d_statfs_f_flags>,
+C<d_statfs_s>, C<d_statvfs>, C<d_stdio_cnt_lval>, C<d_stdio_ptr_lval>,
+C<d_stdio_ptr_lval_nochange_cnt>, C<d_stdio_ptr_lval_sets_cnt>,
+C<d_stdio_stream_array>, C<d_stdiobase>, C<d_stdstdio>, C<d_strchr>,
+C<d_strcoll>, C<d_strctcpy>, C<d_strerrm>, C<d_strerror>, C<d_strftime>,
+C<d_strtod>, C<d_strtol>, C<d_strtold>, C<d_strtoll>, C<d_strtoq>,
+C<d_strtoul>, C<d_strtoull>, C<d_strtouq>, C<d_strxfrm>, C<d_suidsafe>,
+C<d_symlink>, C<d_syscall>, C<d_syscallproto>, C<d_sysconf>,
+C<d_sysernlst>, C<d_syserrlst>, C<d_system>, C<d_tcgetpgrp>,
 C<d_tcsetpgrp>, C<d_telldir>, C<d_telldirproto>, C<d_time>, C<d_times>,
 C<d_truncate>, C<d_tzname>, C<d_u32align>, C<d_ualarm>, C<d_umask>,
 C<d_uname>, C<d_union_semun>, C<d_unordered>, C<d_usleep>,
@@ -8921,7 +8941,7 @@ C<h_fcntl>, C<h_sysfile>, C<hint>, C<hostcat>
 C<i16size>, C<i16type>, C<i32size>, C<i32type>, C<i64size>, C<i64type>,
 C<i8size>, C<i8type>, C<i_arpainet>, C<i_bsdioctl>, C<i_db>, C<i_dbm>,
 C<i_dirent>, C<i_dld>, C<i_dlfcn>, C<i_fcntl>, C<i_float>, C<i_fp>,
-C<i_fp_class>, C<i_gdbm>, C<i_grp>, C<i_iconv>, C<i_ieeefp>, C<i_inttypes>,
+C<i_fp_class>, C<i_gdbm>, C<i_grp>, C<i_ieeefp>, C<i_inttypes>,
 C<i_langinfo>, C<i_libutil>, C<i_limits>, C<i_locale>, C<i_machcthr>,
 C<i_malloc>, C<i_math>, C<i_memory>, C<i_mntent>, C<i_ndbm>, C<i_netdb>,
 C<i_neterrno>, C<i_netinettcp>, C<i_niin>, C<i_poll>, C<i_prot>,
similarity index 99%
rename from pod/perltootc.pod
rename to pod/perltooc.pod
index 6511fca..c162220 100644 (file)
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 =head1 NAME
 
-perltootc - Tom's OO Tutorial for Class Data in Perl
+perltooc - Tom's OO Tutorial for Class Data in Perl
 
 =head1 DESCRIPTION
 
index 0ee7043..e6aa3de 100644 (file)
@@ -1757,7 +1757,7 @@ L<overload>.
 L<perlboot> is a kinder, gentler introduction to object-oriented
 programming.
 
-L<perltootc> provides more detail on class data.
+L<perltooc> provides more detail on class data.
 
 Some modules which might prove interesting are Class::Accessor,
 Class::Class, Class::Contract, Class::Data::Inheritable,