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minor fixes to gcc manual


Howdy,

The following makes a verb agree with its subject, adds a missing
period, and converts that last two instances of GNU CC in gcc.texi
to GCC.

Matt

2001-02-15  Matt Kraai  <kraai@alumni.carnegiemellon.edu>

	* gcc.texi (Standards): Fix verb agreement, missing
	  period, and change GNU CC to GCC.

Index: gcc.texi
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/gcc/gcc/gcc.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.75
diff -c -3 -p -r1.75 gcc.texi
*** gcc.texi	2001/02/08 02:32:06	1.75
--- gcc.texi	2001/02/15 08:16:25
*************** char *[])}.  An OS kernel would be a fre
*** 441,447 ****
  program using the facilities of an operating system would normally be
  in a hosted implementation.
  
! GNU CC aims towards being usable as a conforming freestanding
  implementation, or as the compiler for a conforming hosted
  implementation.  By default, it will act as the compiler for a hosted
  implementation, defining @code{__STDC_HOSTED__} as @code{1} and
--- 441,447 ----
  program using the facilities of an operating system would normally be
  in a hosted implementation.
  
! GCC aims towards being usable as a conforming freestanding
  implementation, or as the compiler for a conforming hosted
  implementation.  By default, it will act as the compiler for a hosted
  implementation, defining @code{__STDC_HOSTED__} as @code{1} and
*************** kernel, you may well still need to make 
*** 455,469 ****
  linking and startup.  @xref{C Dialect Options,,Options Controlling C
  Dialect}.
  
! GNU CC does not provide the library facilities required only of hosted
  implementations, nor yet all the facilities required by C99 of
  freestanding implementations; to use the facilities of a hosted
  environment, you will need to find them elsewhere (for example, in the
  GNU C library).  @xref{Standard Libraries,,Standard Libraries}.
  
  For references to Technical Corrigenda, Rationale documents and
! information concerning the history of C that is available online, see
! @uref{http://gcc.gnu.org/readings.html}
  
  @c FIXME: details of C++ standard.
  @c FIXME: definitions of Java and Objective C.
--- 455,469 ----
  linking and startup.  @xref{C Dialect Options,,Options Controlling C
  Dialect}.
  
! GCC does not provide the library facilities required only of hosted
  implementations, nor yet all the facilities required by C99 of
  freestanding implementations; to use the facilities of a hosted
  environment, you will need to find them elsewhere (for example, in the
  GNU C library).  @xref{Standard Libraries,,Standard Libraries}.
  
  For references to Technical Corrigenda, Rationale documents and
! information concerning the history of C that are available online, see
! @uref{http://gcc.gnu.org/readings.html}.
  
  @c FIXME: details of C++ standard.
  @c FIXME: definitions of Java and Objective C.


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